Young Changemakers

By Jessica Mbanda (Content Developer and Youth-Orientated Intervention Practitioner at Never Again Rwanda) It is only about two decades since Rwanda and her people witnessed the brutal killings and bloodshed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, in which over one million lives were claimed in just under 100 days....

This blog is part of Changing The Story’s #YoungChangemakers series. If you are a young person leading alternative actions for civil society building in the Global South and would like to be featured in the series, get in touch! Written by Achabu Kire, a young Changemaker on the Phase 2 project...

This blog is part of Changing The Story’s #YoungChangemakers series. If you are a young person leading alternative actions for civil society building in the Global South and would like to be featured in the series, get in touch! Hello, I am Samjhana Balami from Nepal, currently a management student and...

This blog is part of Changing The Story’s #YoungChangemakers series. If you are a young person leading alternative actions for civil society building in the Global South and would like to be featured in the series, get in touch! How can young people in developing countries take action over issues that...

                    By Matt Harmon and Emily Russell. The theatre is a place to develop empathy and explore one’s own humanity. We believe creative expression is instrumental to establishing a common understanding from which sustainable peace can be created and enacted. Playwriting...

Written by Nour Al Tarsha. Part of our #YoungChangemakers series. It’s not just about politics and war. There is more to Syria than what we see behind a TV screen or what we read in a newspaper. Throughout history, sport has always been used to symbolise unity and equality between...