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Many are facing mental health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic, with those at risk of abuse and facing job uncertainty among those most vulnerable.
It all started when Lua Oliveira noticed a mother telling her daughter she couldn't afford to buy her a book.
The climate activist calls on fellow activists to hold weekly online strikes to continue pushing for action to curb climate change, even during coronavirus outbreak.
Everyone can play a role in informing themselves and helping others in their workplaces and communities.
Protests across the globe point to a widening chasm between youth and public institutions.
Parenting expert Laura Markham has these tips on the best ways to inform and reassure your children about Coronavirus.
Young people's career ambitions remain constrained by old expectations and gender roles – but working professionals can play a role in fulfilling their potential.
Global Shapers propose five ways to fight for marginalized communities.
From Greta Thunberg telling world leaders "our house is still on fire" to the youngest Davos delegate standing up against gun violence.
At 13, Naomi Wadler is the youngest participant at Davos this year - but she had a powerful message for world leaders about ending gun violence and inequality.
This is what Greta Thunberg told the World Economic Forum's 2020 Annual Meeting in Davos about the urgent action needed to prevent climate change.
The overlapping generations in the workplace bring new opportunities for learning and leadership.
Many young people leave school without the necessary skills to succeed in the workplace. Disadvantaged students struggle the most and are more likely to transition to low-paying and low-s...
The International Committee of the Red Cross surveyed 16,000 millennials, aged 20-35, on their views on international relations, conflict and war.
Childhood experiences of success and struggle mould entrepreneurial instincts for a lifetime.