Youth Perspectives

Children have better lives but worse mental health than their parents, say young people

Most young people feel the world is getting better over time, and children in their country will be more prosperous than their parents. Image: Unsplash/ Verne Ho

Charlotte Edmond

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Young people think the world is getting better with each new generation.
Young people think the world is getting better with each new generation. Image: UNICEF

15-24-year-olds think childhood has improved against lots of measures.
15-24-year-olds think childhood has improved against lots of measures. Image: UNICEF
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Young people are far more likely than the older generation to think digital technology is beneficial for children.
Young people are far more likely than the older generation to think digital technology is beneficial for children. Image: UNICEF

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