All Articles about Youth
Take A Seat: Inclusive Sex-Ed
2020 Amsterdam Fellows Suze van Zijl and Akef Ibrahimi organized a closed-circle talk about how to organize inclusive sex-ed and invited a diverse group of people to share.
Law and Racism - Seminar Series in Cooperation with @Generation 2.0 and the Anasa Cultural Center
As her Action Project, Senior Fellow Chryssa Mela organized a seminar series on Law and Racism in cooperation with @Generation 2.0 and Anasa Cultural Center. This seminar engaged Greek law school students and recent graduates with institutional racism in the Greek legal context.
If You're Feelin' Civic
As her Action Project, Senior Fellow Irene Franco Rubio created "If You're Feelin' Civic" - a youth digital community organizing hub for BIPOC activists and organizers.
Danas nismo, sutra jesmo (Cities of the Future)
EDVACAY participants Nudžejma Karajić, Kenan Tršić, Amar Buljubašić, and Amina Sejmenović created the project “Danas nismo, sutra jesmo“, drawing inspiration from the powerful concept of “Artivism“ and a community-building concept of paint-by-numbers.
BH Youth Capital Competition Initiative
Humanity in Action’s EDVACAY Participants Ajna Mešić, Alma Ramić, Dženan Sejdinović, and Haris Sadžak developed the BH Youth Capital Competition Initiative that seeks to promote European values in the cities of BiH, inspired by the European Youth Capital Competition.
Živjeti slobodno, perom se boriti!
The EDVACAY Fellows, Muhamed Ahmuljić, Isidora Trivković, Kana Bajrić, and Jovana Mišikić, have come together to create a project guided by the motto „enriching micro-urban spaces with youth's voices“, which aims to include and empower young poets and bring their poetry to the streets of Sarajevo to entice a dialogue with the community.
Colonial Dialogue - Weekend Workshop
Creating a constructive dialogue for and with Danish youth about privileges, prejudices, and post-colonialism, in relation to the Danish, Greenlandic and Faroe Islands shared History. Senior Fellows William Nordmark Nielsen and Sofie Malm Henriksen hosted a day of workshops and lectures for students at Grundtvigs Højskole north of Copenhagen.
Progressive Cafe: Designing a Pluralistic Digital Public Space in The Netherlands
As his Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Kiza aims to fight affective polarization and promote a pluralistic culture in the digital public space in The Netherlands.
As her Action Project, Landecker Fellow Nicole is building "Digital.truth," aiming to give adults the opportunity to have a critical look on disinformation and conspiracy theories online. It strengthens media literacy, builds up resilience towards conspiracy theories and encourages the participants to be part of a digital civil society.
Disconnected: Inequality and "E-Learning" in COVID-Era Kosovo
Senior Fellow Aaron Spitler's Action Project explores inequities in access to e-learning in Kosovo, as well as identifying solutions for reducing these disparities.