From Bangladesh comes one activist who is making strides for young rights. To celebrate International Youth Day, we meet Jahin Rahman, a rising star in the sub-continent.
In this special guest post, Director of Communications of World YMCA, John Phillips, talks us through their incredible work to celebrate International Youth Day.
From the USA to Kosovo, Eurisa Rukovci has inspired many on her journey, but her new project, Grazeta, is set to be her biggest yet.
Across Kenya, YAWI is fighting hard to end gender-based violence with innovative techniques. We caught up with them to find out more.
Today is International Day of Friendship and we are celebrating how we can all be better friends – something we can all work harder for.
On World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, we speak to Lynn Sanchez, leading the fight against human trafficking in New Mexico.
Across four countries in East Africa, Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (DSW) are supporting young women with education and project work.
Paul Falzone is at the forefront of Entertainment-Education with his organisation, Peripheral Vision International. We found out more bout his work in East Africa in this wide-reaching interview.
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.
For centuries, polymaths have defined the way we see the world, but are they slowly fading away? We find out.
Youth Time speaks to ice dancer, Sara Hurtado, who is set for her third Olympics next year. We speak about her career and her future.
From her own experience, My Duong is working hard in preventing child sexual abuse in Vietnam. Here is her incredible story.