Creativity, playfulness, fresh energy – young changemakers are bringing something new to problem-solving for justice. From being seekers of justice they are shifting into purposeful and thoughtful leaders. They know how to understand the needs of people, mobilise communities, work with local authorities and processes, deal with imperfect information, create awareness, find solutions and take action.
The movement towards justice is being led by Young India
Meet some of India’s Young Justicemakers
The Anatomy of a Young Justicemaker
At the heart of it, Justice Changemaking, or Justicemaking uses creativity and collaborative action to create solutions that have justice outcomes for a community.
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Nurturing Youth Leadership in Justice
Our systems of law and justice have historically been seen outside the scope of individual, and especially youth, intervention. By creating access to knowledge, opportunities to participate, implement solutions, and curating leadership journeys, each of these initiatives are working to realise the agency and possibility of young people to step forward with creativity and confidence to create justice solutions for themselves and their communities.
We primarily work with young people because we have tried enough with adults... They have formalised, institutionalised and inherited issues.Abhay JainCo-founder, Zenith - Society for Socio-Legal Empowerment
You don't need to be lawyer to be involved in law & justice. Law is often see as largely theoretical; I'm trying to make it more action oriented. "Vibha NadigFounder, OutLawed
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