Youth-led accountability: the means and ends to “Leave No One Behind”

Campaigns, Comment, Policy, Uncategorized

Sarah Haynes, Restless Development’s Policy and Research Coordinator, blogs on why the UN’s High Level Political Forum is a chance to listen to young people to help make sure the Global Goals become reality.

My top tips for campaigning: Research. Connect. Share.

Campaigns

Meg Kneafsey is a returned International Citizen Service (ICS) volunteer with Raleigh International and a trustee for the charity. She has campaigned in the UK for causes including food poverty, young carers, and youth vote power. In this post, she shares some of her top tips for campaigning.

Why and how I’m making sure my government delivers on its promises

Campaigns, Policy

Natalie Robi Tingo, 23, a Youth Power Accountability Advocate from Kenya, gives her take on why and how young people and governments should work together to keep promises made in the Global Goals – a message she has taken to the OGP Africa Regional Meeting 2016.  

If we’re going to solve the world’s problems, every day counts and young people know it.

Campaigns

Catriona Currie is the Campaigns Manager at Restless Development and is overseeing the global Youth Power Campaign. In this post she reflects on the campaign launch and how young people are leading the way to a better world.

5 reasons this Tanzanian village will change the world

Campaigns

Gemma Munday is the International Marketing & Communications Coordinator at Restless Development. She visited a very special village in Tanzania, here she explains why. 

At a glance Malanzinga village in rural Tanzania might seem like a fairly ordinary place, aside from the fact that there is no clean running water or electricity, but there are some amazing things happening there.