Stories about Youth from March, 2016
"In a case of 45 alleged child rapes, only a single person is being charged. This is statistically impossible. #ChildAbusersProtectedInTurkey."
"This issue runs deeper than one isolated incident. It's time we address it #JusticeForTonu."
Japanese social media can't get enough of the middle schooler's science experiment. One photo of his results was retweeted more than 16,000 times.
Believe it or not, but Latin America and Egypt have more in common than ancient civilizations and pyramid-building.
"Fixing" homosexuality and atheism by wielding a gun is not talk you would expect to hear from a teacher -- yet, at one Trinidad school, students are in full support.
"Within the existing education system, only focusing on scores has made students more and more selfish, lacking love and kindness."
The new Jamaican voter is keeping a keen eye on the government to ensure that issues are addressed and public officials are held to a higher standard.
Thema Williams, the gymnast whose topless pic caused a social media firestorm, has finally been chosen to represent Trinidad and Tobago at the Rio Olympics Test Event.
"So ends the testimony of one Cardinal George Pell. So, back to the safety of the Vatican apartments slinks that little ecumenical mind...So, for us Survivors…More Silence."
Tajikistan celebrates Mother's Day, a rebranded version of International Women's Day, on March 8.
"We can’t change their past experience but, together with your Namjai (generosity), we can help them to create a better future."
"It is a bad solution to a non-problem and a waste of taxpayers’ money. You are essentially using our funds to deprive us of a space we can use."
"...I think a better idea is to take him down to Hello Work [employment centers], get him some retraining and introduce him to a new workplace."
“Mass media helps to disseminate the issues being raised. When it was necessary to get the word out media covered it without any hesitation."
"The series shows an under-represented community. The aim was to show the cultural richness of this community."