The time an average American spends reading declined from 23 minutes per day in 2004, to just 16 minutes in 2019, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Parents say the pandemic, grief, uncertainty and social media are some of the main threats to their children's mental health, according to a new survey.
COVID-19 badly impacted youth employment in the European Union, but 2021 saw signs of a recovery, new data indicates.
The Young Global Leaders of 2022 are pioneers of sustainability and inclusivity. Here's how they are confronting major global challenges.
New green tech, from vertical farming to 3D printing and plant-based meat, can reconcile economic progress with the production limits of our planet.
Young, tech-savvy and connected: why today’s 20-somethings make buying decisions that consider the planet’s well-being more than other generations.
The majority of Americans believe young adults have a harder time than their parents' generation in key areas like saving for the future or buying a home.
The world is facing a mental health crisis for children and adolescents, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and historic underfunding.
Young people think children today have better lives than their parents did growing up and will be wealthier than their parents, a new study has found.
With a ravaging pandemic and challenging times, trust between global leaders plays a fundamental role in tackling social change with values and leadership.
Music can be a powerful unifier – and we need it more than ever, argues Marin Alsop, who is creating the opening concert for this year's Annual Meeting in Davos.
Teaching that encourages optimism, innovation and empowerment helps students work harder and make a difference in the world, according to this NGO.
Years of progress towards greater equity has been set back by COVID. Creating a better future for young people will require an entrepreneurial approach.
Most people mention family, occupation and material well-being when describing what makes their lives meaningful. But, the youngest and oldest adults vary.
The employment and hours of ethnic minorities recovered faster than the white ethnic majority.