The Rejuvenate ‘Living Archive’ forms the basis of what we hope will become a resource hub for those working at the intersection between child/youth-led work and social change work.
In compiling the archive, we drew from existing practitioner and academic literature, field experts and exemplary projects. The archive includes information and links to projects, organisations and literature from children’s and youth geographies, the sociology and anthropology of childhood and youth, education, and international development. All of these elements come together in what we are calling a ‘Living Archive’, an evolving and growing database of projects, resources, organisations and people.
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This is a document produced by the youth who ran an evaluation of a youth drop-in centre in Ottawa, Canada. It is colourful and mostly-handwritten. The document outlines the process […]Learn More
This study explores how children in conflict-affected Burundi deal with violence in their everyday lives. Focusing on schools as a context in which children are prepared for further roles in […]Learn More
Read our summary report here. Lead by a team at IDS and UHI, the goal of the Rejuvenate project is to re-energise the field of child and youth rights in […]Learn More
Elimu Mwangaza, Tanzania is dedicated to ending child abuse and violence and supporting vulnerable girls and boys to access quality education in Tanzania. Their aim is to raise awareness in […]Learn More
Averting “New Variant Famine” in Southern Africa: Building Food-Secure Rural Livelihoods with AIDS-Affected Young People
This project examined the impacts of the AIDS pandemic on the livelihoods of young people in rural Malawi and Lesotho. Several southern African countries with exceptionally high HIV prevalence have […]Learn More
In times of war, disaster and emergency, children become lost or abandoned, experience deprivation and ill-treatment, and witness violence. Beyond protection, food, healthcare, and a home, children need emotional and […]Learn More
The authors focus on three food settings that characterise children’s lives: pre-school, school, and home, and examine the policies and programmes in place that are intended to support children to […]Learn More
Plan International and the UK Department for International Development collaboratively developed the Building Skills for Life Programme through a Programme Partnership Agreement. This programme sought to empower adolescent girls and […]Learn More
Girls around the world strive to realise their aspirations in the face of discrimination, lack of educational opportunity and access to health services, and the threat of violence. Recent scholarship […]Learn More
Just Like My Child Foundation’s Girl Power Project is a transformational program targeting girls around the world as they enter the most vulnerable juncture of their lives: adolescence. This project […]Learn More
Pledge a Pad is a youth-led organisation based at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. A group of students founded the organisation in 2010 to address the lack of menstrual […]Learn More
British Transport Police’s public announcement, “see it, say it, sorted”, is a conspicuous safety and security message, frequently heard in all trains across the UK. The message poignantly drives the […]Learn More