Youth Perspectives

What worries South Asia’s young people, and what they’re doing about it

Students of Rabindra Bharati University smear each other with colour powder during Holi, the Festival of Colours, celebrations inside the university campus in Kolkata, India, March 9, 2017

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Indira Kithsiri
Community Specialist, Regional Strategies - India and South Asia, World Economic Forum
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 The South Asian results from the 2017 Global Shapers Survey
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