Almost half the population of the European Union lives in apartments, with only seven even out of 10 people in the EU member states owning their property.
If we are to prevent the pandemic from sapping the potential of an entire generation, it's time to teach resilience to Gen Z as a core skill.
Young people understand the power of protest but need access to institutions in order to create change from within. We outline three ways to help them.
As the climate around consumerism and impact has shifted, so too has the push to encourage more students to embrace corporate social innovation as a viable career path.
Schools should avoid censorship and cancel culture and instead provide a safe space for political opinions to flourish. But teachers need more training and common standards to promote hea...
Young people in rural areas are the most impacted by climate change and poverty, but the least likely to have their voices heard. Here's how summits can be more inclusive.
We asked 10 young change-makers what makes them optimistic about the future. Their answers included hopes for gender equality, climate action, empathy and more.
Climate leaders and economists, from Greenpeace's Jennifer Morgan to Harvard's Kenneth Rogoff, echo Greta Thunberg's call to action.
Interviews with Young Global Leaders indicate a common thread – a high commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion to meet needs of many, not few.
Meet eight inspirational young people from around the world who are leading the fight to save the planet from plastic pollution
Research has outlined characteristics, including age, gender, exercise and screen time, linked to the risk of mental health issues for college students.
2021 marks the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour. Experts fear that progress could be reversed by the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, unless we take action.
Across Africa, young people are protesting against state-sanctioned repression. Here's how the international community can support their clamour for change.
IMF research finds new technology risks widening the gap between rich and poor countries by shifting more investment to advanced economies where automation is already established.
Satisfaction with democracy is falling fastest in 18 to 34-year-olds around the world, driven by inequality between the generations, according to a new report from Cambridge University’s ...