Spotlight on: Young Voices

My Biggest Question to You

By |2022-08-11T14:43:46+02:00August 11th 2022|Climate Change & Resilience, Youth & Gender, , , , , |

14-year-old climate activist and member of the BBC's 100 Most Influential and Powerful Women, Ridhima Pandey, on her hometown and what inspires her to work every day for a better and greener future for all.

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GDP, GDP Everywhere, Welfare on the Brink!

By |2022-08-09T11:43:56+02:00August 9th 2022|Climate Change & Resilience, Youth & Gender, , , , |

In order for the coming generation to have a future, governments, corporations, and individuals should focus less on economic growth and more on creating a sustainable system Zainab Bie argues.

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Digital Surveys to Access Marginalised Views in Favela Communities

By |2022-08-09T11:36:29+02:00August 4th 2022|Smart & Digital Development, Youth & Gender, , , , |

The study of favelas has been characterised by traditional methods, usually consisting of paper-and-pen interviews and field research. Recent studies suggest that digital platforms are a convenient way to access marginalised populations. Maria Luisa Tarozzo Kawasaki shares her experiences with digital surveys in São Paulo's favela Vila Missionaria and explains how they caused her to develop Neibz, a software tool for urban data surveying.

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How Do You Advocate for Equal Rights for LGBTIQ in Dhaka?

By |2022-08-09T09:45:18+02:00August 2nd 2022|Youth & Gender, , , , , |

Creating safe cities for the LGBTIQ*+community is key to achieving the SDGs. Tushar Kanti Baidya offers approaches on how to make Dhaka more inclusive and sustainable for everybody.

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