Category: Action Learning Cycles

  • Call for Applications: Action Learning Cycles 6-8

    Call for Applications: Action Learning Cycles 6-8

    We use action learning to develop new and creative ways for adolescents and youth to get involved in SRHR. Action learning processes can help develop leaders, build teams, solve problems and transform institutions and processes. We invite funders, researchers, implementers, INGOs, and youth-led organisations to apply to join our action learning groups.

  • Adventure Time: A student’s journey with the YIELD Hub

    Adventure Time: A student’s journey with the YIELD Hub

    A Master’s student with a passion for global health, reflects on her journey with the YIELD Hub. This video captures her time as a research intern and her takeaway on the power of collaborative learning in advancing global health. Lore shares how the YIELD Hub fosters an authentic, open learning environment that goes beyond traditional…

  • Beyond Volunteerism: The Case for Equitable Compensation in Youth Work

    Beyond Volunteerism: The Case for Equitable Compensation in Youth Work

    In issues of injustice and disparities, young people are often celebrated for their zeal yet ironically left in the shadows when it comes to fair compensation for their work and advocacy efforts. Youth, especially from under-served and marginalised communities work tirelessly to champion the cause of equity and rights in field of Adolescent and Youth…

  • Aging Up, Not Out!: Youth Transition in the SRHR field

    Aging Up, Not Out!: Youth Transition in the SRHR field

    Despite their valuable contributions, young individuals often find themselves trapped in a never-ending cycle of “youth engagement”. Tokenistic youth involvement not only undermines their abilities but also poses a threat to sustainable change.

  • Beyond Tokenism: addressing privilege in the recruitment of young leaders in SRHR

    Beyond Tokenism: addressing privilege in the recruitment of young leaders in SRHR

    In order to ensure inclusivity, it is imperative for SRHR organisations to intentionally seek out and recruit youth from diverse identity groups and socio-cultural contexts, allowing for a comprehensive and representative approach to tackling the challenges and complexities of SRHR.

  • Meet the Action Learning Online Community

    Meet the Action Learning Online Community

    This year, the YIELD Hub is running three concurrent Action Learning groups covering the below topics; Due to an overwhelming amount of interest in these topics from organisations all over the world, we extended our Action Learning Groups to include an online community of over 60 organisations who will take the journey alongside the core group. The Action…

  • Meet our 5th Action Learning Cycle Group Members

    Meet our 5th Action Learning Cycle Group Members

    Compensating young people is not only a matter of equity but touches on the power dynamics, privilege, and inequality that exist when working with youth. Youth advocates and volunteers are often those who can afford to engage in unpaid roles, with those in underserved, less privileged positions and communities left behind. Compared to adult allies…

  • Meet our 4th Action Learning Cycle Group Members

    Meet our 4th Action Learning Cycle Group Members

    Stakeholders and organisations within the AYSRHR must have a broader view and perspective of what youth participation is about. That is, understanding that youth participation is not only about engaging young people as partners or leaders but necessarily develops from a broad, foundational base, including providing relevant skills (capabilities) and opportunities to apply them (agency).…

  • Meet our 3rd Action Learning Cycle Group Members

    Meet our 3rd Action Learning Cycle Group Members

    At the YIELD Hub, we believe that for youth partnerships to be effective, meaningful, and representative of all young people, stakeholders within the Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (AYSRHR) field must be willing to identify and engage youth in all their diversity in AYSRHR efforts. This requires the intentional recruitment of…