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Can Youth Kick Gender Inequality in PNG?

Lisa Jones | March 7, 2017
This blog post is part of a series that explores the role of YouthActionNet fellows in advancing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For 27-year-old Jacqui Joseph , life in Papua New...

Nicole Sterling, YouthActionNet Intern, Studies Role of Youth in Empowering Trans Communities Worldwide

Nicole Sterling | February 16, 2017
Towson University student Nicole Sterling with mentor, YouthActionNet alumnus and Towson University Anthropology Professor Harjant Gill As a YouthActionNet intern with an interest in LGBTQ rights, I...

Thinking About Applying to the Laureate Global Fellowship?

Lisa Jones | February 10, 2017
If you're a changemaker aged 18-29 who's interested in developing your leadership skills and growing your impact, YouthActionNet is looking for you! Click here to learn more about the...

30 of Spain’s Brightest Young Changemakers Prioritize Connection Amid Fast-Paced Lives

Lisa Jones | January 10, 2017
Between overseeing day-to-day operations, leading teams, and planning for the future, social entrepreneurs have demanding schedules and manage their time judiciously. That’s why it’s...

Does Vulnerability Lead to Courageous Leadership?

Lisa Jones | October 21, 2016
In early October, 20 founders of social change ventures under 30 years of age boarded flights from their corners of the word—Madagascar, Pakistan, Brazil, Zambia—18 different countries in...