Stories about Youth from November, 2015
Bolivia is possibly the only country in the world that sometimes imprisons children and teenagers with their parents, while the latter serve out sentences for criminal convictions.
The Commonwealth youth leaders meeting in Malta want their governments to walk the talk.
A Yekuana indigenous student prepares his senior thesis about the relation between orality, information, and communication technologies.
“Even the married people, they don’t talk about adoption. I talk about it because I have a message for my society…[adoption] is the most important thing for society to accept.”
"Scrolling up and down Facebook, reading impressions, testimonials, opinions, statistics, I see that the main victims of the attacks are people of all colours, and over 15 nationalities."
A YouTube user has created compelling stop-motion videos of the beloved Japanese superhero Ultraman.
"This is the echo of the system that has been working for more than 20 years during recruitment periods in Tajikistan."
Japanese cosmetic company Shiseido has produced a gender-bending commercial that is turning heads.
Introducing information and communication technologies to Zambia's secondary schools seemed like a great idea, until it came time to hold exams.
The Philippines has an estimated 14 million indigenous peoples. The majority are living in remote villages threatened by destructive mining, development aggression, and militarization.