are we alright

Storytelling is a powerful tool for unpacking potential futures and emerging trends.

Using foresight tools and data storytelling approaches, this initiative seeks to respond to the countless uncertainties emerging about the future of work and the rising prominence of ‘quiet quitting’ to unearth the individuals and stories behind the reality of the workforce.

Through collaborative research to reveal new evidence from the underrepresented Global South perspective, the group aims to document experiences of youth disengagement and share insights to influence policy, champion youth advocacy, and lead change for young people in the workplace.

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Now is the time to show leadership on Climate Action in Nigeria

Now is the time to show leadership on Climate Action in Nigeria

Co-authors: Baliqees Salaudeen-Ibrahim, ‘Seyifunmi Adebote, Yazid Mikail, Lauritta Boniface, Lawrence Akpoterai Dear President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Now is the time to show leadership on Climate Action in Nigeria. We would like to take this moment to extend our heartfelt...

Unlocking a Sustainable Future: Reflections from the Big Brainstorm

Unlocking a Sustainable Future: Reflections from the Big Brainstorm

by Wambui (Ruth) Wambugu In February, I had the pleasure of attending the second annual Big Brainstorm, which brought together young thinkers and activists from all over the world – at last count, 136 different countries. Each year there has been a different theme,...

African Youth Mentorship Outreach Curriculum

African Youth Mentorship Outreach Curriculum

The African youth mentorship project is an initiative of Primacy Youth Development Initiative. Leveraging young mentors and outreach coordinators from 11+ African countries, the project aims to reach over 1000 young people in secondary schools across Africa with...