YouthNet partnered with Pravah, a Delhi based NGO in an effort to help YouthNet incorporate a youth development approach in their existing work with Right To Information (RTI). This initiative was also to help understand how to build the skills of self, leadership and confidence in order to articulate their stance as they work to […]
Nagaland is relatively an underdeveloped State where youths depend on the State as the main job provider. The failure to properly implement the programs and policies due to rampant corruption reduces avenues and opportunities, ultimately affecting the youths and aggravating the issue of unemployment. With the passing of Right To Information (RTI) Act 2005 in […]
In an effort towards encouraging college students to help in bringing about a transparent and accountable government system, an essay competition under the theme, “The role of youth in bringing good governance through Right to Information” was held on July 20. The competition was organised by YouthNet in partnership with Nagaland Information Commission (NIC) at […]
With the view to bring about positive changes through RTI, a five month long youth movement-‘The Right to Information (RTI) Awareness for Youth: The Kohima Campaign’ was launched on October 14, 2011. An initiative of the Government of India, the campaign was jointly organized by Administrative Training Institute (ATI), Kohima, Government of Nagaland in partnership […]
RTI: Youth for Transparency- The Kohima Campaign The Right To Information (RTI) Awareness for Youth: The Kohima Campaign is a five month long campaign aimed at bringing transparency in the government system through RTI.
YouthNet has been instrumental in introducing the Right to Information (RTI) in Nagaland. The Right to Information Campaign has been taken up with the objective to challenge young people to flush out corruption as a youth movement.