Young people are fighting for girls rights in Sierra Leone. Every year on 11th October, the world celebrates the International Day of the Girl Child, and this year’s theme is “My voice, our equal future.” Today, we are taking time to engage with adolescent girls and their communities across Sierra Leone to promote their rights. …
A new youth-led study has found that young people leading civil society organisations around the world are stepping in to help communities cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, filling gaps left by government responses.
Restless Development’s UK Director writes to The Times to highlight the work of Youth Against Misinformation.
Building on the new normal, Restless Development India aspires for India’s young people to lead the country through the moments of crisis and uncertainty.
Young people in India are capable to take the country out of the shackles of the ongoing health and humanitarian crisis.
A case study on our work in India on prevention of child marriages through children and youth-led strategies has been published in a special report from ‘The Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children, United Nations’.
Young people are reporting anti-vaccine misinformation but tech platforms are failing to remove it, finds a new report released by the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) and Restless Development.
Nationwide across Sierra Leone, young people are volunteering to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic across all districts of Sierra Leone – going door-to-door to raise awareness, making hand washing stations and supporting vulnerable young girls – with Restless Development supporting them.
How are you coping? How are you responding? How are you and your networks getting through this pandemic together? These are some of the questions we discussed on International Youth Day, at our 9th Youth Power Solidarity Meetup, with more than 100 young people attending from over 30 countries across Latin America, Asia, Africa, and …
This International Youth Day we want to recognise young people’s resilience in the face of this pandemic, how they’ve coped, how they’ve responded and how they keep adapting to uncertainty in their lives.