In April 2021, Restless Development will be launching an online crash course to help activists learn and improve their gender advocacy.
In the wake of the pandemic, and the subsequent lockdown in India, Restless Development India rolled out a survey aimed at assessing the impact of the pandemic on young people’s psycho-social health.
The Youth Power Hacks have launched to bring together hundreds of young people to hack solutions to help get the Global Goals delivered.
Youth Accountability Advocate Shagun Sharma shares her experience working with young people tackling Gender Based Violence in a remote community in India. I was selected as a Youth Accountability Advocate for the Youth-Led Accountability Programme by Restless Development India in August 2019. Aiming to take young voices to local, regional and global community members in …
We’ve joined Count Us In, a community of people and organisations taking practical steps to protect what they love from climate change.
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’.
Teaching life, career, gender, digital literacy and coding skills for girls.
Training young people to collect data, build a picture of problems facing communities, and hold their leaders to account to fix them.