Restless Development United Kingdom


The organisation says that it works with young people so that they can lead in solving challenges. This can be as broad as supporting communities to end child marriage or prevent HIV. Their methodology is to work with young people to change their lives and the lives of people in their communities. Restless Development is run out of hubs in ten countries across Africa, Asia and in the UK and USA, with a wider network of partners across the world. We have been working with young people since 1985 and our work is led by thousands of young volunteers and advocates every year.


Name of Primary Programme
Restless Development
Programme Start Date
Telephone Number
+44 (0)207 633 3350
Programme Type
Leadership Impact Platform
Numbers of programme participants annually
25 - 250
Organisation website
Programme Funders
Philanthropic, Corporate
Region from which participants are selected
West Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa
Programme Contact email
Philanthropic funders
UNICEF, Mastercard Foundation, GIZ, DFID, Segal Family Foundation, UNAIDS
Region of programme delivery
Global Only
Country of operation
United Kingdom
Corporate funders
EU, British Council
Are programmes continuing?
Organisation Name
Restless Development

Leadership organisation location

35-41 Lower Marsh, South Bank, London SE1 7RL, UK
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