How are young people changing the world? On Thursday 12th August 2021, Restless Development celebrated International Youth Day by bringing together three brilliant young leaders to discuss the achievements of young people over the last year and insights into how young people are changing the world. Our Young Restless Speakers Nafisa Ferdous, Senior Program Manager, …
To mark International Youth Day, we have a number of ways to support youth-led change that’s happening around the world.
Restless Development is proud to launch the Feminist Action Lab – an online advocacy crash course to support youth-led action on gender equality.
“Right now, the world needs leadership to help us emerge from this pandemic – cutting lifesaving aid at such a crucial moment is not what real leaders do”, says Rosanne Palmer-White, Restless Development’s UK & Influencing Director.
Young people from around the world came together on 11th June for a youth-led discussion on ecosystem restoration, the theme of this year’s Environment Day, and its relationship with sustainable cities and communities. The world’s cities occupy just 3% of the Earth’s land, but account for 60-80% of energy consumption and 75% of carbon emissions. …
After 12 years with Restless Development, Perry Maddox will be leaving his post as Restless Development’s CEO this summer.
21 young researchers from seven African countries have launched a new report that calls for a rethink of how young entrepreneurs on the continent are supported.
Restless Development Zambia Youth Hack 2021.
In Nepal, young leaders are tackling the practice of Chhaupadi in their communities through a Restless Development project.
Towards Greater Youth-Led Accountability at the UN. The Generation Equality Forum (GEF) is a major advocacy platform seeking to accelerate Gender Equality around the world. The registration for the GEF Paris Forum on June 30-July 2nd, 2021 is open for all youth-led organisations to participate remotely. While UN Spaces are strategic spaces for civil society, …