We return to Uganda for another heartwarming story, this time from the Kakazi Foundation and their work with young women.
The Danish Democracy system has been lauded all over the world of progressiveness. But why? Gresë Sermaxhaj found out.
In our final part on minimalism, Gresë Sermaxhaj speaks to Leslie Watson about how we can work on our digital and eco-minimalism.
Gresë Sermaxhaj sat down with one of our Serbia speakers, Danica Čigoja Piper, to discuss her work and supporting young people.
Youth Time Good News is back with heartwarming stories about a young firefighter and a reusable energy source in Malawi.
During YTIM's latest event, Gresë Sermaxhaj sat down with Microsoft's Karen De Sousa Pesse about how she is using her voice for change.
From an idea between two authors, Girl Planet Earth has developed into a platform for female empowerment. Phoebe Barnard explains it all to us.
How Young People Can Strengthen their Response to Mental Health: Part I of Interview with Neerja Birla
Today marks World Suicide Prevention Day - in India, Mpower and Neerja Birla are doing their best to strengthen youth resolve.
Started from the bottom, now they're here. This is the inspiring story of A Better Vietnam, teaching English on a small budget, but changing lives.
In Ghana, Felix Adedze Asamoah is going above and beyond to deliver equality. Here, he tells the story of Youth Empowerment Initiative.
From just one room to one of Dehli's most important NGOs for girls, this is the incredible story of Protsahan India Foundation.
Grese Sermaxhaj brings us the uplifting story of Ebony Archie-Quintana, someone who has survived human trafficking and is now thriving.