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Take your advocacy campaigns to the next level to create greater impact.


While the world is facing some of the toughest challenges we've ever seen - from climate change to inequality - young people are leading the way to creating a better, more just world. From path-breaking national movements, conducting powerful journalism, to creating social enterprises, the true power to positively influence and impact the world lies with young people.

The Youth Ki Awaaz Action Network is a programme to enable such changemakers working on key Sustainable Development Goals to scale the impact of their existing projects and campaigns.

As a part of its 3-day residential bootcamp, you get to learn how to mobilise and organise more young people to join your movement, build a media and public narrative around your issues, create effective and engaging campaigns, as well as create decision-maker engagement that leads to policy impact and action.

The programme is currently looking for young changemakers who are working on climate action, through projects, campaigns, citizen's movements, or as journalists and highlight the need for policy action. If you are eager and enthusiastic to act on the climate crises and want to learn key campaigning, policy action and public narrative building skills, this is an opportunity for you to be a part of a network and amplify your impact.

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What You Stand To Gain

Designing A Campaign

From conceptualising an effective campaign to launching it, learn the ropes of how campaigns with a tangible call-to-action align with potential policy change and community impact.

Content Creation and Amplification

Leveraging different digital media platforms and creating content that communicates in the most powerful manner - moving people from information to action.

Understanding The Policy Instrument

Understanding how existing and potential policies impact your work, and building a solid knowledge base to draw linkages between local policies, political commitments and global moments.

Decision Maker Engagement

Identifying relevant policy stakeholders and power mapping to build influence decision making.

Influencing The Public Narrative

Working with and managing the local media to change popular public perceptions on issues and highlight aspects that need attention.

Get Support

After the completion of the workshop, you will be offered an opportunity to be among the 10 best projects to receive a seed grant to launch your projects and campaigns to help scale your work.


Learn from some of the best campaign, media, and public policy experts in the country.

Who Should Apply


Changemakers between 18-30 years who are either running their own citizen-led movements, or have worked extensively on an issue with an organisation or as a media person covering the issue.


Should be committed to carrying out their project for at least 6 months with a minimum of 10 hours per week.


Should have an active social media presence on at least one platform with a basic understanding of how platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat work.


Must possess a working knowledge of both Hindi and English - sessions can be bilingual.

Ongoing Action Networks

Climate Action

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Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights

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No. Once selected, you will be given an accommodation and meal scholarship. You will have to only pay for your travel.

The training workshops are three days, following which, you will be expected to work on your project for at least 6 months.

No. They will have to sepearately apply to attend.

After the training and completion of pre-decided benchmarks, you will be eligible to apply for the grant.


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For queries, write to us at action@youthkiawaaz.com

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