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An inspiring E-Motive exchange: Community-based Tourism in the Philippines

‘When I saw the government of Pangkajene Kepulauan talking with Oxfam about tourism, I could not hide how happy I was!’ Mr. Abd. Gaffar, participant on the EWY E-Motive Indonesia–Philippines…

Dreams from Sulawesi – Nur Hasanah’s story

I have dream to be a teacher With support from EYW, Nur hopes to set up a thriving seafood business that will enable her to achieve her ultimate dream of…

A Passion for Fashion – Nurhaeda and Her Dream

'I have a dream to be a fashion designer' Nurhaeda has a dream – to one day be a ‘famous independent fashion designer – for my family, and for South…

Being far from ‘home’ when the Tsunami hit Sulawesi

September 28th 2018, I am sitting in the library at my university in The Hague, working on my thesis. While reading some journals, my attention moves to my phone. To…

Indonesia year 2 overview

The second year of the Empower youth for Work project in Indonesia focused on establishing Youth hubs by actively involving young women and men, local government and other local stakeholders. In addition,…

Global overview Year 2

Knowledge, skills and self-confidence are the basis of empowering youth to take control of their own futures. Through targeted trainings, Oxfam and our local partners have built the agency and…

Influence of role models

"Learning is never an easy process for anyone including myself... taking the time to reflect on what we know is essential. To unlearn and re-learn but above all understand what…

Kick-off Annual Global Learning Event

  In November, the Empower Youth for Work team came together in Thailand for the first annual Global Learning Event. 37 participants including country teams, partner organizations and technical advisors…

Data collection with AKVO FLOW

The Empower Youth for Work (EYFW) project in Indonesia is teaming up with Akvo Flow to collect data on youth. The collaboration hopes to map out where this group is living and help…

Update

We would like to give you an update on the Empower Youth for Work project, where we will focus on what has been achieved the first quarter of year 2.…

International Youth Day 2017: Let’s Trigger Change!

On August 12, we celebrated International Youth Day (IYD) in many countries around the world. Oxfam and partners organised events in countries including Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Canada (Québec),…

Dare to dream: International Youth Day 2017 in Indonesia

In Indonesia, Empower Youth for Work programme celebrated the International Youth Day through Pecha Kucha's and Public Discussion taking place in West Java and Southeast Sulawesi. These events were a…

Practitioners review: How Youth initiatives influence Public Policy

As part of the Empower Youth for Work program and YAC Learning Community, a review process has been conducted to increase our understanding how youth initiatives can influence public policy.…

Ameliah’s story

“Yes, now I know my rights!” said Ameliah, after attending a workshop to introduce the GALS methodology, which enables participants to analyse issues deeply and come up with constructive propositions.…

Webinar How Youth initiatives influence Public Policy

Ronald van Moorten facilitated the webinar through with further moderation and technical support by Lien van Mellaert and Louise Alves AN ACADEMIC LITERATURE REVIEW Young people are the driving force…

Annual report year 1

We have submitted the first annual report, and we would like to update you on the Empower Youth for Work project. What have we done so far, what is new…