In this special guest post, Director of Communications of World YMCA, John Phillips, talks us through their incredible work to celebrate International Youth Day.
Youth Time International Movement has unveiled a new podcast to give a better voice to young people, whilst inspiring stories from around the world.
Back for a second year, Her International Film Festival gives women aged 16-24 the chance to showcase their talents in the film industry.
After a two-year break, the Idea Grant Competition is back with a bang. Do you have an idea that could change how we look at education in the digital world?…
With the Tokyo Olympics starting tomorrow (Friday 23rd July), there are always athletes who bring both hope and inspiration to the Games no matter their result.
Dancing In The Shadow is a new show from Germany in pre-production, bringing the spotlight to complex issues. We talk to them about the project.
On World Bicycle Day, we are looking at how the bike is helping change cities around the world for the better.
Breaking into the freelance industry can be a daunting prospect, so we sat down with award-winning photographer James Bridle to get the inside track on making it big on your…
From the Pirojpur District, G.M Adol and Serajum Munira have used their marriage to create entrepreneur success in Bangladesh.
The freelancing world was hit hard by the Covid crisis and that was no different for photographer James Bridle. We spoke about the industry and his career highlights.
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For those in love with the beautiful game, the European Super League could be the thing to break a lot of hearts.