Youth Voices Count joined the ASEAN Civil Society Conference 2023 in Jakarta, Indonesia from September 1-3, 2023. With over 800 participants from various civil society organizations….
Last September 21, 2023, Youth Voices Count participated in the “Three Miracle Laws” press conference at the Bangkok Art and Culture Center (BACC), Bangkok, Thailand.
For decades, despite revisions, the archaic law categorized consensual sexual intercourse between same-sex people as….
Championing the voices of the youth since 2010, YVC is committed to give all members of the youth sector a platform and opportunity to speak their minds and to inspire others always, in all ways….
Youth Voices Count’s HIV and AIDS Officer Bloom Siriwattakanon attended the Young People Conference organized by Institute of HIV Research and Innovation…..
Championing the voices of the youth since 2010, YVC is committed to give all members of the youth sector a platform and opportunity to speak their minds….
Calling all LBQ Women advocates! Youth Voices Count is looking for staff members to fill in the available positions to take charge of the LBQ Women Project….
Youth Voices Count proudly presents our newest Executive Director Anthony “Toni” Lopez, and HIV and AIDS Officer Bloom Siriwattakanon!
Mx. Toni graduated with a bachelor’s degree of secondary education majoring in English at the Capiz State University back in 2021. Aside from this,….
Thenu Ranketh is a passionate transgender activist who has been working towards advancing rights and empowerment for the transgender community in Sri Lanka for a long time….
Finding a way to reach through to those in need while overcoming the hurdles of digital accessibility: Soth Peosamnang, Cambodia
Soth Peosamnang is a twenty five year old youth activist from Cambodia. They are a nonbinary person working in the Province of Pursat. Cambodia is a country with a population of a Buddhist majority….