We are proud to present this year's cohort of Young Global Leaders. Among them are heads of state, artists, business leaders and entrepreneurs, all of whom are pushing boundaries and all ...
More of us are living longer helped by better healthcare and better food, but an ageing global population presents its own challenges. A little Bushidō in our lunches could help.
Corruption remains arguably the largest impediment to global economic and political progress. But a new wave of civic activists is pushing back against the old ways of fighting corruption...
Can generations really be labelled accurately? Here's what to expect from the newest additions to the workforce - Generation Z.
The next generation must break out of socio-economic and gender-influenced ambitions if they are to fulfill their potential.
Around 30% of the world's population is under the age of 30, yet young people don’t have much a voice in government leadership. But that is starting to change - and in surprising ways.
Only 9% of visitors to American museums in 2017 were ethnic minorities - and their representation among museum workforces is not much better. Here's how our cultural institutions can star...
Playtime may be the 'rocket fuel' of child development, but it's fast becoming the privilege of the few. The Real Play Coalition aims to close this growing disparity.
Climate change is not high enough on the agenda of most Arab countries, argues Neeshad Shafi - but the region's young people are about to change that.
To prepare your children for financial success in life, it's important to give them experience in handling money from an early age, says a new study.
The Central Committee of the Communist Youth League has set up a 'marriage and dating' division and even has an online dating service.
A new study shows that our negative reactions to large groups directly relates to our ancestors who lived on the savannah.
You don't have to wait until you're 42 to found a successful start-up, as a recent MIT study advised. Millennial entrepreneurs are taking shortcuts, and building skills agility instead.
Half of India’s 1.3 billion population is under 25. That’s a fifth of the world’s global youth. A new survey reveals what young Indians aspire to - and how to help them get there.
The relationship between people and the state has allowed an effective national programme to cut the rates of teenagers smoking and drinking to excess.