Do you believe you can have a positive influence on your country or community? Asked Richard Rowe, the Executive Director of the Opening Learning Institute. Majority of the participants believed they could influence their communities positively, and few believed they could only do so to a small extent. Those few argued that there was a lot of politics and struggle for power in their communities, that would hinder their role, adding that most government representatives felt threatened by the presence of a youth who is quite innovative and courageous.Their fear is that the youth might take over their positions. This ancient mentality kills cooperation between the youth and their leaders leading to antagonistic relationships, they said. 

Focused on promoting peaceful coexistence among different religious backgrounds, youth from the GNRC Ethiopia organised a football match on 7th July 2018, at Entoto Secondary School, …

Youth from Arigatou International’s global community participated in the 11th Edition of the GenFest, held in Manila, Philippines, 6th – 8th July 2018. Led by Mr. Vijayaragavan Gopal from …

Save the Children today launched its seminal report, “Still Left Behind (images/zdocs/Still-Left-Behind-low-res.pdf)” which tracks the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a…