We’re looking for four young change makers from diverse backgrounds, locations, and life experiences to lead our growing RedxYouth network in taking action on some of the world’s most pressing humanitarian issues and create impact at scale.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
One in two Australians experience loneliness and it peaks in early adulthood. In 2018 we mobilised 500 online and on-field teams to bring together a group of friends, re-brand as team ‘loneliness’ – raising awareness in their networks about the importance of solving loneliness together.
There’s no greater threat to humanity – and we’ve never been closer to ending it. A treaty to ban nuclear weapons is on the table. Work with us to understand how we can design for large scale positive social change.
Harnessing the transformational power of tech for good, we’re exploring the role of blockchain, artificial intelligence and immersive technologies in contributing to and/or solving humanitarian issues and the future of digital and data rights.
The future of doing good: how can we make it possible for people to do good in easy, social and timely ways (via social media, smartphones, their job or their purchasing habits) wherever they are and whenever the opportunity arises?
Work with and represent one of the most trusted brands globally to reimagine the future of ‘doing good’ and contribute to creating meaningful change on the most pressing humanitarian issues.
Connect and amplify the efforts of the growing RedxYouth network. Advise the Red Cross Board on mobilising around current and emerging issues and causes that matter to young people.
Access cutting edge mobilisation and social change knowledge and resources to take your passion and leadership around humanitarian issues to the next level.
Georgia helped design a climate change preparedness app in Manila. Musawer mobilised 1800 young people to raise over $200,000 for Red Cross Calling. Matt’s building community resilience through mental health first aid training and social connectedness summits. Read the stories of our inspiring youth committee members.