As IYF’s Director of Social Innovation, Ashok Regmi is helping to build a worldwide movement of young people leading social change. A new book profiles his efforts and those of ten of IYF’s YouthActionNet® Fellows.
Now in its 15th year of supporting youth-led social innovation, YouthActionNet® seeks 20 extraordinary young leaders to join its 2015 class of Laureate Global Fellows. Learn more and help spread the word.
Laureate Global Fellow Cherrie Atilano is on a mission to encourage Filipino youth to launch agri-related enterprises. Learn about these young farmers and their products.
Co-founder of Agricool in the Philippines and a 2014 Laureate Global Fellow, Cherrie Atilano describes her efforts to make farming “cool, smart, and sexy.”
I recently returned from Lima, Peru, where I had the privilege to meet with 20 young social entrepreneurs who had traveled from around the globe to take part in a week-long leadership retreat.
On October 20, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas welcomed the 2014 Laureate Global Fellows to ‘Innopolis’—a city of innovation—where these social change pioneers shared their stories and breakthrough solutions with nearly 300 students, faculty, and corporate and civil society leaders.
An idea that first seemed impossible becomes reality for Gitanjali thanks to the creativity and can-do spirit of her YouthActionNet® peers.
Young Senegalese leaders, ages 18 to 29, will soon benefit from training, mentoring, and networking opportunities through Projet JETS – Jeunesse, Entreprise, et Transformation Sociale au Sénégal (Youth, Enterprise, and Social...
YouthActionNet® Network of Social Entrepreneurs Tops 930
Solving a problem often requires looking at it in a different way. For Daniel Uribe, 28, restoring degraded beaches in Costa Rica meant working with local community members to recognize the value of coastal forests...
Georgetown University Graduate Students Teach and Learn from YouthActionNet® Fellows
Basant Motawi, age 25, co-founded the Imprint Movement to combat sexual harassment in Egypt, but like many young...