Be That Change is aiming to build a new movement for change. By inspiring and empowering the UK's Digital Generation, it hopes to transform poverty and environmental campaigning into an online [...]
The charity "Kids in Museums" has been working to encourage British museums to become more engaging and enjoyable, promoting family-friendly policies and improved attitudes.
Chew TV is a pioneering web TV channel run by and for young people. Now they are offering Chew TV channels to other groups aiming to communicate youth issues.
How can we make the world we live in a better place? It is a problemthat has defeated philosophers, politicians and scientists the worldover.
Based in Delhi, the Youth Parliament is a national network of youngleaders who inform government officials on the views and opinions ofthe country's 300 million young people.
Roars Not Whispers is an exciting and inspiring project open to young people in Scotland ñ a fantastic opportunity for any 16-25 year old to create change.
Five young people from Walton High School, Milton Keynes, will be going to Prague in May to represent their country at the 3rd annual Youth-Eco Parliament.
Parallel Community is just over one year old! In its beginning they were inspired by wise and gentle ancient elders in New Zealand.
What Kids Can Do is a great source of stories written by young people, 'in their own words', from all around the world.
Y-Press, a non-profit youth news bureau based in Indiana, in the United States, is giving young people a voice through journalism. Young [...]
The World Wisdom Alliance was launched in Canada this July. It isenvisaged as a mega-network' of like-minded groups, organisations andindividuals actively engaged in addressing all the challenges [...]
An unprecedented initiative to set up a Council to speak for the future of the world has been launched in London. Supported by influential individuals, organisations and parliamentarians from [...]
Eileen Caddy, co-founder of the world famous Findhorn Community in Scotland, has been awarded an MBE for her service to Spiritual Enquiry'.
"We must wage peace with sophistication and commitment just as we now wage war." Marianne Williamson, US Department of Peace Initiative