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Consultancy Opportunity

Restless Development Uganda is looking for a a passionate, self-driven individual to conduct a desk review analysis of the budgets of Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania.

Taking Climate Change to Schools

Living in the Climate Crisis Young people are disproportionally affected by the climate crisis. The voices of young Africans are often unheard in public and political discussions of climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation. Restless Development’s Living in Climate Crisis report, drawing from 1214 survey responses and 102 interviews with young people in Uganda found …

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Young people as changemakers on climate and health

Bridging the Climate change research gap through youth-led research in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is on the frontline of dramatic climate change impacts. Equipping its communities with an understanding of climate change-related risks, causes, and strategies for adaptation is now more crucial than ever. However, research on climate change in the country is limited, leaving a huge …

Global Annual Report 2021

At the heart of everything we do is Youth Power. More than ever the world needs young people’s power and leadership to solve its greatest challenges. We support the collective power of young leaders to create a better world. In 2021 we trained, mentored, nurtured and connected thousands of young people to use their youth …

#MissingMajority at COP27

Ensuring no one gets left behind. The COP27 in Egypt will be an important global platform to continue momentum and calling for increased commitments on climate and education, following on from the recent United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and Transforming Education Summit where these intersecting issues were high on political agendas. #MissingMajority calls for strengthened …

Meet the GCA Campaign Steering Group

A new youth-led project to campaign for more accountability from companies towards the Science-Based Targets for Nature. In collaboration with Global Commons Alliance we will mobilise, motivate and support youth advocates interested in climate change, biodiversity, and nature campaign together for the global commons. To do this, Restless Development and Global Commons Alliance have recruited  …

2023 Schools Triathlon Volunteer Sign-Up

Thanks to your help Restless Development can support hundreds of thousands of young people lead on lasting change in communities around the world. About the Schools Triathlon The Knight Frank Schools Triathlon unites thousands of young people through the power of sports. Channelling their passion into something remarkable by swimming, cycling and running whilst raising …

Meet the WeLead CoAFs

The Communities of Action Facilitators will co-design and deliver the We Lead programme. Fisayo Owoyemi Fisayo Owoyemi is a Nigerian-based queer feminist whose career has been centered on helping to improve the lives and well-being of queer Nigerians. Previously, her work targeted lesbian, bisexual, and queer women in Nigeria to improve their socioeconomic well-being, as …

Meet the WeLead Steering Committee

Restless Development has recruited three rightsholders into We Lead’s steering committee, training them to engage meaningfully as equal partners. Ruth Awori Ruth Awori is a seasoned youth leader, who believes that every young person should be able to enjoy their sexual reproductive health and rights. She is currently working with the Uganda network of Young People …

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Bringing generations together for change

Learning from intergenerational approaches to address issues facing older and younger people. A society for all ages is one where older and younger generations live in harmony together. That’s why projects that bring together older and younger people to work on activities promoting cross-generational bonding while addressing issues affecting them and their community are needed …