Supporting and connecting youth engaged in actions of social change
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Engage in actions of social change: gain experience, receive support or provide consultancy service
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Share. Join the community. Indaba is not only a social network, it is the network for social change. In the community you will be able to share your ideas, your experience and your projects, and build with others a platform for a better world.
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Learn. In the Indaba community everybody is a teacher, everybody is a learner. Knowledge in not transmitted but built collaboratively. Join in workshops. Download resources and collaborate in an innovative way of building knowledge.
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Act. Contribute to an action of social change. Volunteer, produce information and training material, provide distant help to your peers, build your field experience. Get help for your project, be part of the Indaba network of consultants.

From the blog


  1. Learning to think critically

    Everyone thinks. Thinking is part of our nature. But many of our thoughts, left to themselves, lack objectivity and are distorted or biased. They are not based on objective facts and are simply preconceived. The poor quality of our thoughts is a source of bias. It undergirds intolerance, racism, extremism and violence. We must systematically cultivate excellence in our manner of thinking.
  2. #JeSuisCharlie

    Cowards murdered the Charlie Hebdo team during a meeting of their editorial committee, as they were working on how to fight against racism. Those who attacked Charlie Hebdo were too stupid to realize that far from killing the newspaper and its team, they made them heroes of freedom and democracy.
  3. Three weeks in Afghanistan

    Here in Afghanistan, we often work with illiterate women. They were not allowed to go to school because women, according to the traditional patriarchal system supported by the Talibans, have no right to education. They role is to take care of the household and children. We had to develop appropriate learning methods, using pictures and ideograms, to enable these women, for example, learn to keep a cash book and calculate profit and loss. Feeling their joy when they found out they were capable of dealing with basic accountancy was really exciting.

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