Mental Health

3 ways the world can work together to promote young people’s mental well-being

While adolescence and early adulthood can be a period of heightened risk for mental health, it's also an opportunity to embark on a positive trajectory. Image: UNICEF

Charlotte Petri Gornitzka

Deputy Executive Director, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

Gary Shaughnessy

Chair, Z Zurich Foundation

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