Restless Development’s UK Director writes to The Times to highlight the work of Youth Against Misinformation.
Young people are reporting anti-vaccine misinformation but tech platforms are failing to remove it, finds a new report released by the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) and Restless Development.
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.
Creating sustainable change through volunteering.
Youth-led campaigning, speaking out, taking creative action and engaging governments, global institutions and corporations to end AIDS by 2030.
Has lockdown ruined your summer holiday plans? Well never fear, #TriThisAtHome is here! Running, walking or cycling from home, you can join thousands of people to virtually travel the world (that’s 40,075km!) to help those affected by covid-19. The kilometers you travel will count towards reaching some of the world’s most famous landmarks – from …
Over the past four months, as an expression of solidarity and youth power, the youth power panel have been bringing young people together from all over the world, to connect and share ideas around COVID-19. The idea is to support young people to meet with others around the world – others they wouldn’t typically have …
Restless Development responds to the merging of two government departments in the UK: The Department for International Development (DFID) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
Restless Development’s commitments to anti-racism.
Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are failing to take action against more than 9 in 10 posts containing misinformation about coronavirus which are reported to the platforms, according to new research