Restless Development Uganda are looking for 16 passionate young people to volunteer with us as Young Accountability Advocates (YAA) and will take leadership on the Countering Corruption through Youth-led Budget Advocacy (CCYBA) project at the local government and national level.
21 young researchers from seven African countries have launched a new report that calls for a rethink of how young entrepreneurs on the continent are supported.
Join this exciting event to hear the latest from youth climate activists and thought leaders on what we can do to take action on climate change in Africa. If you want to share in a discussion with activists, policy makers, business leaders and academics, and learn more about: Youth livelihoods, Green jobs, Future climate policies …
This new study is looking at how climate change impacts the lives of young people. What are young people doing to mitigate the effects of climate change upon their lives and their communities? We are also looking at how young people can be helped to overcome this challenge.
The current phase of the ICS programme, delivered by VSO in partnership with Restless Development and Raleigh International, will come to its planned end in December 2020.
Young people are fighting back against covid-19 in East Africa We conducted a regional youth survey on the impact of COVID-19 on the lives of young people in East Africa, in partnership with the YouLead Consortium and partners. Some of the recommendations that the young people shared, were that: Governments should do more to ensure …
“Shifting the power: what will it take to do development differently?” is a research series into Youth Civil Society, led by young people in Iraq, Lebanon, Madagascar and Uganda. Download the full report below.
What does success look like? Supporting young people to reach their living aspirations. What are the livelihood aspirations of young people in Uganda? What is getting in their way? Through our peer to peer research approach, we were able to ask young people directly about their experiences and aspirations around livelihoods. We intend to use …
Training young people to conduct and lead research projects, collecting evidence, and documenting youth needs, challenges, and aspirations in seven African countries to influence livelihoods and employment policy.
Committed to testing and developing new ways of doing development that are truly led by young people and their communities because when communities lead, development succeeds.