Have you ever felt that you were in the right place at the right time for NO particular reason? That feeling that goes through your body and makes you aware of all the possibilities. I have always thought we have our own say over our lives, and even if some things happen for a reason,…
I rocked up in Montreal for Recrear Magnify 2015 with very little idea of what to expect but filled with a strong sense that it was just what I needed right now, both personally and professionally…..I was content to simply ‘surrender to serendipity!’ My initial sense of enthusiasm didn’t even dissipate when I realised my…
What happens when you have fifteen vibrant souls tucked amongst the hills and sunshine of a remote area just an hours outside Montreal? Fun, tranquility, and a dash of belonging. For three days, 15 diverse and accomplished young people connected through yoga, meditation, and self reflection. The insight of variant perspectives led to acknowledging that there are…
There was something about these kids living in the outskirts of society that drew you near to them and It wasn’t just the kids at the rest.
Let’s look at inequality like a child would, and say ‘WOW, THAT IS NOT FAIR!’. Then let’s look at inequality like a grown up to understand it is created by policies and human decision.
After the revolution, quite like most Egyptians, I was inspired, hopeful and ready to discover an untapped sector: young people.
“Now you have truly experienced South Sudan”. At first I didn’t appreciate his amusement with my ordeal, but then he began educating me on the importance of . . .
We asked our network of young people around the world to share with us a song that reminds them of the good in the world. These songs are uplifting, chilled out or simply some good food for thought.
TEK has become more popular in recent years, as a distinct way of imagining and interpreting the world around us. It has also emerged as a way of thinking about the environment that is complementary to scientific climate discourse.
Creating a Bigger Conversation around Youth-Led Development