Exclusive Press Release: iKapture Centre for Development Holds Its First-Ever Virtual YLEAD Fellowship
The YLEAD Fellowship as the flagship program of iKapture Centre for Development has impacted young people in the South-South region of Nigeria over the last 9 years.
EXCLUSIVE: ikapture Centre for Development announces 25 under 25 young awardees changing the game in Africa!
Young people are taking the lead and iKapture Networks has just released the exclusive list of 25 under 25 African leaders to watch out for
We support and amplify the voices and stories of young writers, artivists, social entrepreneurs and advocates who use their words, projects and initiatives to address/proffer solutions to the societal issues they’ve noted.
From having a mother who was an illiterate housekeeper, to working with the United Nations, helping the most vulnerable people across Africa. Dr. George Ngwa celebrates life at retirement from the UN.
Nigerian author Onyekachi Peter Onuoha set to release 2 new, exciting books: Practical Approaches to Creative Writing and Onion Cells.
The search is on and it’s time to think of all the amazing Under 25 people you know! iKapture Center for Development is now accepting nominations for the 25 Under 25 Leaders Changing the Game award.
As we celebrate International Youth Day 2020, BlankPaperz Media is also celebrating a set of young people who have given their time, energy, and hard work one way or the other, to make magic happen at BlankPaperz Media
What does it feel like going from an invisible position of “I’m not good enough” to the powerful position of “I owned that stage!” One Nigerian human rights advocate tells her bitter-sweet story of growing into confidence.
The best or not? All you need to know about interning at Salzburg Global Seminar (challenges & tips)
“Salzburg is about the most beautiful city I’ve ever been to yet!” A riveting and incredible account of an intern’s growth & experiences, by Mirabelle Morah
Watch Surviving Covid-19, an insightful and intriguing documentary produced by Chioma Paul-Dike and Eric Kafui Okyerefo, on how young people around the world including a Covid-19 survivor, are living through the pandemic. Join them as they share their experiences on living and/or thriving through the spread of the virus.