In this five-part series commissioned by Restless Development’s Global Policy and Practice unit, Dr Nicole Goldin asks what it would take in practical terms to have young people at the very heart of both monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals and also holding governments to account for their delivery. In this first piece, released as global civil society convenes at the CIVICUS International Civil Society Week, Dr Goldin explores the particular role civil society movements and organisations could play.
The “Pull Slum Pan Pipul” Programme partners, a consortium of five non-governmental organizations, launched the project on Thursday, March 13th, 2014, at the Atlantic Hall National Stadium in Freetown.
Storytelling is powerful – it can bring people together, open our minds, and make us see differently. We believe stories can change the world. On the 22nd of March Restless Development together with VSO will have our first ever Co-Creation workshop to inspire public action.
In Uganda we are celebrating the launch of a new book, Ekoi and Etem in Karamoja, produced by the Karamoja Action Research Team (KART), a group of young Karimojong researchers supported by Restless Development, Pastoralist Communication Initiative and the Institute of Development Studies.