Drive to Engage the Next Generation
Tackling Pakistan's education emergency
Empowering communities to tackle inequality and exclusion
Making a change through Active Citizens training
Tackling youth unemployment in the local community
Use our interactive map to locate your local community and find out what's going on in your area.
Discover what the Active Citizens programme is all about, and how participants and communities around the world can benefit
Read our article on how the Active Citizens programme receives funding and how participants fund their own social action projects (SAPs)
Find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about the Active Citizens programme
Find out everything you need to know about turning your plans into positive action by following our step-by-step guide
Don’t let your reservations prevent you from making a difference. Monomita Nag-Chowdhury finds a way around three common excuses
Need to get your project off the ground? Follow Monomita Nag-Chowdhury’s guide to helping make your project a success
We look at the best ways in which project leaders can advance their ideas by drawing on the establishment, partners or other institutions
Vitali Tkachov is an Active Citizen from Israel. His participation in the programme encouraged him to start a theatre group for people with stutters. Here he talks about his experiences.
Watch our video that highlights the wide impact of Active Citizens in Pakistan and Bangladesh, and profiles a diverse range of projects that have been particularly successful
Active Citizens of Sudan celebrated the successful conclusion of the programme’s first phase in August 2010 with a well-attended ceremony
Luke Rodgers took part in the Serbian ISV in February; two months later, he finds himself back in Belgrade on a mission to set up Through their Eyes, a charity to support Roma children.