Over the past few years Youth Ki Awaaz has emerged as one of the strongest youth voices in India. Our one-of-a-kind approach and creation of a highly interactive platform — ensuring youth awareness, development and empowerment through online journalism has led us to be featured in a number of journalism outfits, both national and international. Please find below the links to the quotes and coverage we got –

  1. Of chai, change and winning ideas – Telegraph India
  2. Giving young people a voice – Open Knowledge/Allianz
  3. Express yourself (Youth Ki Awaaz Internship) – Education Times/Times of India
  4. Top Student forums you could join – Hindustan Times
  5. Mouthpiece of the Youth – Democratic World Magazine
  6. The youth get a deeper voice – Yahoo! India
  7. MeriNews.com: Youth Into Blogging To Express Themselves
  8. AlJazeera: Strong India roll reaction online
  9. Zee News: Delhi Slams Mumbai In Blogs
  10. Vote Report India: India’s First Digital Elections Evoke Strong Reactions Online
  11. Youth Radio: Politician In India Wants Youth On His Side
  12. Th!nk About It: Best 2010 E-Projects Developed by Youth
  13. Business Day: Sack of banker to the poor
  14. Global Voices Online: India: Challenges Of A Single Working Woman
  15. Missouri School of Journalism: New Smith/Patterson Fellow to Focus Her Health and Science Journalism on Poverty Issues in India, China and Africa
  16. Yourstory.in: YouthKiAwaaz: Online ‘mouthpiece’ for youth across India
  17. SPAN Magazine: Youth Make Headlines
  18. Der Standard (German/Austrian): Zwischen Kastensystem und Konkurrenzkampf – Bildung International – derStandard.at › Bildung
  19. HT City names Youth Ki Awaaz amongst the TOP 5 most influential blogs: Delhi’s date with blogging.
  20. Interview with Anshul Tewari, Founder and Editor – DU Beat

Coverage of the Youth Ki Awaaz Mobile YouthLine

  1. YouthKiAwaaz launches mobile platform to take action on social causes – YourStory.in
  2. Mobil(e)isation of youth - The Times of India