Restless Development conducted its Annual Young Leaders survey with current volunteers and alumni who led our work in 2021. Young people who lead our work are our greatest asset. There are a wide range of ways in which young people volunteer their time and lead our work. Young leaders work with us as community based …
Youth organisations and groups have been a lifeline in crises but are under threat, says new report
Enter this new writing challenge from Restless Development and the Financial Times, as part of our UK Aid Match Power Up Appeal.
From today, you can have twice the impact when you donate to our Power Up Appeal. Every pound you give until 6 June will be doubled by the UK government.
We Lead project spotlights young women fighting gender-based violence for 16 Days of Activism. Adolescent girls and young women are disproportionately affected by gender-based violence, especially those who are displaced, live with a disability or HIV, and/or who identify as lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex. That is why during this year’s 16 Days of Activism …
Young people are demanding radical change to the education system. In a fast-changing world, outdated teaching styles and a tired old curriculum are failing to prepare young people for the world of work. This is the message being taken to the RewirEd Summit by a team of young people who are campaigning to #MakeEducationWork. Their …
‘Living in the Climate Crisis: Young People in Uganda’ shows the lived realities facing young people in Uganda as a result of climate change.
Restless Development and our partner Lightful are supporting five young climate activists from across the world who are heading to Glasgow to bring as many youth voices into COP26 as possible.
Young people are mobilising this September. Get involved in a month of Youth Power.
Do you want to improve support for youth-led change? Take part in the annual State of Youth Civil Society survey today.