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On International Youth Day, adults should remember that young people aren't just the future – they are heavily involved in changing our present for the better too.
Many areas of youth-led social innovation are under-exploited. Youth-led innovations can go a long way to reversing worrying youth unemployment statistics.
Reopening schools too early in developing countries could undermine the gains made so far in containing the spread of COVID-19, according to a new study.
An OECD survey asked 15- to 24-year-olds in 48 countries to pick the three aspects of the coronavirus crisis they find the most challenging. This is what they said.
More than one in six young people are out of work because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Tackling youth unemployment is crucial to countries’ economic recovery.
On World Youth Skills Day, we asked young people their thoughts on redesigning education and skills for the post-COVID era. Here's what they had to say.
Lockdowns and social distancing forced schools all over the world to shut their doors, affecting nearly 1.6 billion children.
Economic insecurity and mental health mean young people will need urgent support during and after the pandemic. Here's what policy-makers should focus on.
Dr Ranj Singh regularly talks to millions of children about illness, on his BBC TV show 'Get Well Soon'. He shares his tips on how to communicate with youngsters about COVID-19.
COVID-19 has highlighted issues entrenched in our global education system going back 200 hundred years - from inequality of funding between schools to a lack of focus on emotional wellbeing.
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.