Quarterly Newsletter

Restless Development Nepal’s quarterly round-up covers information on the celebration of Pride Month, activities conducted by Youth Take the Lead (YTL) volunteers, Restless Development’s Values Celebration, and Anti-racism Work. Pride Month was celebrated successfully by running a three-day-long online campaign in which young people’s voices in the form of poems, quotations, and video messages were collected and shared on social media channels. Similarly, the YTL volunteers conducted a National Dialogue and Global Dialogue and started the preparation of the Global Citizenship Toolkit. Likewise, staff from all the Restless Development hubs came together and we celebrated 10th Values Day- a chance to connect with each other, its values, and culture as an agency. Additionally, Restless Development has developed an Anti-Racism Working Group to create a safe and collaborative learning space where staff openly and critically reflect on our progress or raise concerns where we are failing.

BY US, FOR US

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 In a fast-changing world, outdated teaching styles and a tired old curriculum are failing to prepare young people for the world of work. That’s according to the biggest youth-led study on global education since the pandemic hit – ‘By Us, For Us’. Twelve young researchers from …

Living in the Climate Crisis: Young people in Uganda

Climate change is affecting young people in Uganda. How are they addressing the crises? Climate disruptions are having severe and adverse effects on people’s lives and livelihoods, demanding immediate and coordinated action. Our understanding of climate change must take into account its impacts on those most at risk of severe climate disruption – particularly young people in Africa. …

Global Annual Report 2020

Now, as ever, the power of young people matters. 2020 is a reminder that whatever the challenge, young people will respond and they will find solutions, whether protecting their communities against the spread of COVID-19, fighting misinformation that endangers the global response, leading research that elevates voices of people in communities or keeping a spotlight …

Quarterly Newsletter

Restless Development Nepal together with enthusiastic young people is working to understand the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on youths and provide the young active leaders with the resources and capacity to further strengthen their knowledge and skills to contribute to positive change.

Quarterly Newsletter

To combat the challenges brought up by the COVID-19 pandemic, young people stepped forward and extensively engaged in raising awareness among other youths and the wider community.

What makes young women successful in STEM careers?

A new report from the Youth Think Tank. The world is advancing every day in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and young people are a driving force in this sector. However, not all young people are represented equally in STEM careers – the field is dominated by young men. This youth-led …

Supporting Small-Scale Entrepreneurs

In 2020 the Youth Think Tank developed research asking the question “how can development practitioners, policymakers, and academics better support small-scale entrepreneurs to expand their businesses and create employment opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa?”

Annual Report of the year 2020

The Annual Report covers the major programs and events, story of resilience, voices of young people, and how youths stepped forward as superheroes to fight the challenges brought by the pandemic.

Periods During A Pandemic (UK Research)

Although there is increasing data on menstrual injustice in the UK, there has been almost no focus on the specific experiences of young people aged 18-35 during the Covid-19 lockdown.