Why We Lead is not at the UN Commission on Population and Development

The Commission on Population and Development (CPD57) started on Monday 29 April in New York. Although this historic event marks the 30th anniversary of the Cairo Programme of Action, and the We Lead partnership actively participated in ICPD30 processes, our organizations will not attend. As Israel is one of the vice-chairs of the commission, we …

Chamada para inscrições: Projeto Fotografia Segura – “Safe Photografy”

O que significa para VOCÊ se sentir “segura”? A Restless Development está procurando 12 pessoas fotógrafas jovens para se juntarem ao movimento que pretende acabar com a violência contra crianças – alterando positivamente o ponto de vista sobre um problema que afeta metade das meninas e meninos do mundo. Quando líderes mundiais se reunirem este …

APPEL À CANDIDATURES : LE PROJET « SAFE PHOTOGRAPHY »

Qu’est-ce que cela signifie pour TOI de te sentir “en sécurité” ? Restless Development recherche 12 jeunes photographes pour rejoindre le mouvement visant à mettre fin à la violence contre les enfants – en bouleversant positivement le point de vue sur un problème qui touche la moitié des filles et des garçons dans le monde.  …

CONVOCATORIA: EL PROYECTO “SAFE PHOTOGRAPHY” 

¿Qué significa para USTED sentirse “segure”? Restless Development está buscando a 12 personas fotógrafas jóvenes para unirse al movimiento para ponerle fin a la violencia contra la niñez – irrumpir de manera positiva el punto de vista sobre un tema que afecta a la mitad de la niñez del mundo. Cuando los liderazgos del mundo …

Call for entries: The Safe photography Project

Click to view this page in Arabic, Spanish, French, Portuguese What does it mean to YOU to feel ‘safe’? Restless Development is looking for 12 young photographers to join the movement to end violence against children – positively disrupting the point of view on an issue affecting half the world’s girls and boys. When world …

LOOKING BACK AT YOUTH POWER IN 2023!

As we leave 2023 behind, the incredible stories of resilience and the impact of Youth Power shine bright.  This year was not without disruptions and challenges, yet young people continued to advocate and act to demand a better future. Whether it’s holding governments accountable for Climate Change or campaigning for accessible Sexual and Reproductive Health …

2023/4 Youth Report consultation in partnership with UNESCO

Are you a young person below 35 or a youth led/focused community group working on education? We want to work with you! The Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report is partnering with Restless Development  to mobilize youth globally to inform the development of the 2024 Youth Report, exploring how technology can address various education challenges, including issues of …

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Walking the Talk: Restless Development welcomes new members to our board!

In line with our power-shifting strategy and the principles of inclusivity, diversity and gender parity, we are proud to announce the new Global Chair, Deputy Chair and Trustees of our Global Board. As an organisation truly committed to ‘walking the talk’ on powershifting, we now have one of the youngest, most diverse charity boards in …

Young activists are leading feminist movements worldwide, says a new report.

But at what personal cost? All around the world we are witnessing attacks on the rights of women and girls. The global roll-back of rights is coordinated, well-funded and gaining momentum everywhere. Research by Restless Development found that whilst young feminists are largely optimistic about the future, their resilience is waning, and without a concerted …

The UK’s largest children’s fundraising event.

Kids raise £83000 for UK’s largest children’s fundraiser The rain on Sunday didn’t dampen the spirits of 853 school children who came together at Royal Russell School to take part in the Knight Frank Schools Triathlon, the UK’s largest fundraising event for children. In teams of four, they swam, cycled and ran over 1,600km combined, …