Youth Ki Awaaz is getting a makeover and how. Read all about it.
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Youth Ki Awaaz has turned 4 years old today and the journey till now has been one helluva ride.
As 2011, the year that will make a mark in history for one of the most eventful years of the era, comes to an end, let's hope for a better tomorrow and a brighter beginning. A very Happy New Year to you all from the entire team of Youth Ki Awaaz. We shall strive to serve you better in 2012.
I started setting up YouthKiAwaaz.com back in 2008. The initial days are always tough and what matters is the continued support of those few pillars who make sure that you stay focused, and stick around to help you form the building blocks of an organization.
This Holi, let's celebrate the festival of colours in the best and safest possible manners. Use loads of colours, but make sure they are organic colours. On behalf of the entire Youth Ki Awaaz team, here's wishing you a very happy Holi. Have fun!
Youth Ki Awaaz wishes to initiate this movement in the youth media community with a tribute to womanhood and the launch of our new category - Women.
I take immense pleasure in introducing our partners in change, Citizen Effect. Citizen Effect is driven by the idea that anyone can make a real and significant impact in the world. Their mission is to provide everyday citizens the tools and networks they need to work directly with communities around the world.
With the coming new year come new expectations and resolutions. A new beginning and a new approach. Those who have been visiting Youth Ki Awaaz for the past few weeks would have noticed that we have just released our new look. It is not a complete overhaul but an upgrade, an evolution to a new refreshing outlook that presents better the voice of the youth.