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Mandela Day 2022

“Do what you can, with what you have, wherever you are” The essence of Mandela Day – take action, inspire change, and make every day a Mandela Day – is more important than ever before. As always, Mandela Day is a unique opportunity to do good for those who need it most. Hence, every year …

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The key element in the “working together” recipe – PISH Project

Youth are leading the talks on the greatest challenges that the world is facing nowadays from climate change to social inequalities. These challenges are global and require collective effort in solving them. This implies that people from different backgrounds and cultures will have to work together in order to solve these problems. But what is …

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We are partnering up with Transparency International Zambia on a new project – Check it out

With this goal in mind, to facilitate a civic contribution to strengthening accountable governance through building the capacity of CSOs and youth movements to conduct digitally-driven advocacy in Zambia, Crossing Borders (CB) and Transparency International Zambia (TI-Z) are putting hand in hand in a common project funded by CISU. The project’s purpose is to capacity …

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Update: leave no one behind – Localising the SDGs in Ghana

CRS FOCAL PERSONS ZOOM TRAINING. As part of localizing the SDGs, 57 Community Radio Station youth focal persons and their station management members have been engaged in a 3 module zoom training workshop from 22nd to 31st March 2022 on the training handbook that has been developed. Our CRS focal persons deepened their understanding of …

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And this is how we localize the SDGs! When people on the grassroots level can influence policymakers.

And this is how we localize the SDGs! When people on the grassroots level can influence policymakers. In Zambia, our partners Circus Zambia in the project Localising the SDGs started this process with the youth by addressing three main questions:What a policy is? Who are policymakers? andHow youths could have a concrete impact on policymaking? …

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Partners meeting in Accra, Ghana – Localising the SDGs

From the 16th to 21st of February, 2022, our partners Open Space Forum from Uganda and Circus Zambia from Zambia were in Accra, ghana hosted by the Ghana Community Radio Network. This comes as an important step in our common project Localising the SDGs in Ghana, Uganda, and Zambia. The purpose of this partner’s meeting …

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Building more Democracy Hubs in Ukraine

Expanding Crossing Borders Youth Democracy Hubs in Ukraine We at Crossing Borders are truly delighted to announce the launch of our new Democracy Hubs Ukraine project funded by the New Democracy Fund under International Media Support and our Ukrainian partner Klitschko Foundation. The purpose of the Democracy Hubs in Ukraine is to facilitate the development …

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