Meg Kneafsey is a returned International Citizen Service (ICS) volunteer with Raleigh International, a trustee for the charity, and a campaigner. She now writes about how you can continue your ICS journey after placement…
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.
Robert White is a development economics and planning consultant based in London. In this post he considers the need for increased public support of emissions mitigation policies and encourages everyone to play their part.
We can’t all be ‘young heroes’, but everybody can inspire change. To make a difference you don’t need to fly to Paris, work for a green start-up, or get teargassed by the Compagnies Républicaines de Sécurité.
Mikhail Menezes is a seasoned Youth Stop AIDS campaigner and has witnessed first hand the power of lobbying in the fight against AIDS. In this post he reflects on the success of our campaigning in the past, just as we look to the future with a new name and a new goal: Youth Stop AIDS – campaigning for a world without AIDS by 2030.