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International Youth Day 2016

“If young people want change, they can achieve it”: International Youth Day 2016

LEARNING:  This International Youth Day, Oxfam is supporting youth activists from all over the world to campaign on inequality issues at the World Social Forum 2016 in Montreal....

Campaigning on International Children's Day in Zugidid, Georgia. Credit: DEA/Oxfam

Nothing about us, without us: lessons from our work with young people

What has Oxfam learnt from four years of working with young people on their rights to healthcare, education and sexual and reproductive health (SRH)? Imogen Davies, My Rights, My Voice Programme...

Youth participants take part in participatory video training at the MRMV 2014 Annual Learning Event in The Hague. Credit: Aarati Sharma/Oxfam

Change will come: International Youth Day 2015

For International Youth Day 2015, youth activists involved in Oxfam's My Rights, My Voice (MRMV) programme explain how they've been campaigning to bring about change in access...

Youth campaigners at the National Assembly of CDC Facilitators in Kathmandu, Nepal. Credit: Middleway Communication/Oxfam

Empowering young people and improving maternal health in Nepal

In the lead-up to International Youth Day 2015, Alberto Sanz Martins, Oxfam's Translation Manager, and Audrey Lejeune, Programme Learning Adviser, explain why young people are a force to be reckoned...

Youth campaigners take part in an artistic event to raise awareness around health issues among their peers in Say, Niger. Credit: Moussa Abdou, Oxfam.

Raising voices, demanding rights – Youth Day 2014

The late, great Nelson Mandela once said: "young people are capable, when aroused, of bringing down the towers of oppression and raising the banners of freedom." For International Youth...

MRMV Malian youth activists campaign for their rights to health and education services in the run-up to the 2013 Presidential election in Bamako. Credit: Kadidia Baby

Why education has the power to change the world

In the second of three blog posts about our My Rights My Voice Programme (MRMV), programme coordinator Sitan Cisse shares her experience of growing up in Mali, and how it has motivated...

Nepali youth campaigners take part in a Participatory Video advocacy workshop to improve rights to health services. Credit: Jean-Luc Blakey, Oxfam

Lights, camera, action: raising youth voice through video

How can young people in developing countries take action over issues that affect them? Imogen Davies explains how our My Rights, My Voice programme is supporting under 25s to convey advocacy messages...

Mother and baby in a hospital in Niger

"A maternity unit to save our mothers, wives and sisters." Young people leading change in Niger

As we celebrate International Youth Day, Weifane Ibrahim explains how young people are leading change in rural Niger with the support of Oxfam's My Rights, My Voice project. ...

Children at school in Razak, Shar-i-Buzurg, Afghanistan. Credit: Elissa Bogos/Oxfam

International Literacy Day – helping children and young people to claim their rights to education

For over 40 years now, UNESCO has been celebrating International Literacy Day by reminding the international community that literacy is a human right and the foundation of all learning. ...