Youth Gangs and the White Power Movement

Governments Must Recognize the Importance of the Youth

October 07, 2020

In 2015, world leaders attending the United Nations General Assembly agreed to 17 goals for a better world. Known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the aim is to meet these objectives by the year 2030 in a bid to end poverty, achieve gender equality, ensure access to quality education,...

Banned Book Club: Youth Against Fascism

August 25, 2020

What Are the Priorities of Morocco’s Youth?

December 04, 2019

According to the latest findings of the Arab Barometer, which surveyed approximately 2,400 Moroccans in face-to-face interviews in the fall of 2018, attitudes are largely split along generational lines. While the older generation (50+) still has confidence in the country’s institutions,...

Greta Thunberg and the Youth Will Not Be Silenced

September 26, 2019

I know it’s been said many times and throughout history, but we do indeed live in interesting times. And it’s not just because the most unlikely person has become president of the most powerful nation, not because an unplanned and unreasoned proposition has won the vote for an exit from the...

Helping India’s Rural Youth Unlock Their Potential

In 2012, Ashweetha Shetty left a remote village in Tamil Nadu to join the Young India Fellowship, a one-year post-graduate diploma program at Ashoka University in the northern Indian state of Haryana. Shetty was the first among her family members to finish college, breaking many social barriers to...

British Youths Feel They Have Nothing to Live For

February 05, 2019

The current crop of UK politicians are so busy deciding what not to do about Brexit that they haven’t noticed the despair of the young. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.  As the social psychodrama of Brexit continues to unfold, promising a springtime tsunami of uncertainty and anguish...

Young People Can Help Solve Youth Challenges

October 15, 2018

In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Ahmad Alhendawi, the secretary-general of the World Organization of the Scout Movement and former UN youth envoy. With 1.8 billion people between the ages of 10 and 24, youth around the world face their fair share of challenges. Whether...

Investing in Youth for the Future of Afghanistan

September 19, 2017

Afghanistan's young people face many challenges that need to be overcome in order to move the country forward.  On July 23, more than 120 passionate and determined young people from all over Afghanistan assembled to talk about their role in the future of their country. The Afghan Youth...

India’s Youth Are Dating in Secret

March 15, 2017

StayUncle, a company that helps unmarried couples in India book hotel rooms discreetly, is helping youth express their love. In India, kissing or even holding hands in public can be considered immoral and induce violence. The strict regulations have led the way for StayUncle, a digital startup,...

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