Since its inception, Youth Ki Awaaz has focused on building a community of young people around it who speak up on issues that matter. At the very core of this platform is the idea that anyone and everyone should get a fair and fearless opportunity to speak up on issues that matter.
Last year, we switched our design to accommodate more content and deliver better content to our audience. This year, we are making a crucial upgrade to the way you approach content on Youth Ki Awaaz.
Welcome to a newly designed Youth Ki Awaaz with a lot more focus on simplicity and on our writers community. We’re rebuilding Youth Ki Awaaz to deliver more to the young people who courageously speak up on issues that matter, who talk about art and music and want to highlight more, who want to engage with and learn from fellow writers.
With a new design, we are also excited to announce the launch of the new writers dashboard at YKA. You can login hereÂ and if you are already logged in, you can check out your dashboard here. (See screenshot below)
The new dashboard works on a simple idea – the contributorsÂ community at YKA should get to interact more with each other, learn and expand their skill sets together.
The YKA Question/Answer forum makes itself available to all our contributors, regardless of how many pieces they haveÂ contributed or their current skill set. It is also a great way for our community to seek feedback from one another.
In the next fewÂ weeks, you will seeÂ some new interesting writer and reader focused features that build YKA more deeply as a community platform.
Till then, happy surfing 🙂