Youth experiences of the decent work deficit

Youth research into the youth employment challenge in lower income countries. More than half of the world’s population is under 30 years old – nine-tenths of whom are from developing and emerging economies. Never before have there been so many young people. This report investigates the youth employment challenge in lower income countries as described …

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Parliaments and the Power of Young People: A Call to Action

Young people between the ages of 15 and 24 make up about 1.2 billion of the world’s population. However, many young people have been sidelined in decision making processes at national and sub national levels, and less than 2% of parliamentarians worldwide are under 30 years old. Youth participation in politics is critical for achieving …

Organisation Development Toolkit

In coordination with Amplify Change and the Rainbow’s Rare Project, Restless Development Nepal has produced this guide to Institutional Development, human resources and financial management.

Covid-19 Booklet

This is an introductory booklet on Covid-19 created under a joint partnership with the National Youth Council and UK Aid.

Zimbabwe Annual Report 2019

Young people taking the lead in Zimbabwe. Our annual report highlights how we have supported young people in Zimbabwe to take the lead in solving the problems faced by their communities in our key goal areas of living, voice, sexual reproductive health and rights, and leadership. We highlight achievements from 2019 and hear from the …

Reproductive Rights Toolkit

Know your reproductive rights. In Zambia today, access to sexual and reproductive health information and services continues to be a problem among young people. Socio-cultural barriers prevent young Zambians from accessing guidance on avoiding pregnancy and making positive decisions about their sexual health. Through this toolkit we are sharing – in a youth-friendly manner- information …

Will to Act Report

As part of our Youth Against Misinformation campaign, in partnership with the Centre for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), we have produced this report on social media’s role in misinformation.