Youth For Change is a global network of youth activists working in partnership with organisations and governments to tackle gender-based violence and create positive change for girls, boys, young women and young men. Youth For Change launched in 2014 and currently has teams based in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, UK and Tanzania. Find out more about Youth For Change.
Hub For Change is a space for youth activists to connect, share and innovate. If we unite and work together we can inspire and instigate real change in the world.
Marie Claire takes a look at the efforts to tackle street harassment and explores whether legislation and segregation have a positive or negative impact.
Sifat from Youth For Change Bangladesh reports on DFID Bangladesh's new Youth Advisory Group (YAG).
In her last post, Katy wrote about how girls should have the choice to whether they want to get married or not. But what if that choice is ill informed?
Lorna set out to find out why certain Morans in Kenya are beginning to turn their back on FGM and child marriage.
Ending Violence Against Children: Six Strategies for Action provides evidence of effective programmes to address violence against children drawn from UNICEF’s decades of experience, and informed by key partners.
The goal of the toolkit is to provide young people who are passionate about sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) with the information and resources they need to become an impactful, expert leader at the national, regional, and global levels.
In collaboration with UNAIDS, Restless Development is developing a range of resources to support youth-led organisations and young advocates take action as part of the ACT!2015 initiative. We have launched this Advocacy Toolkit to support youth-led organisations to design their own national-level advocacy strategy, to influence national delegations engaged in the inter-governmental phase of Post 2015.
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