Stories about Youth from June, 2017
"The reality of the country hurts, but it is comforting to realize that all human beings, including those who have [...] caused so much damage, have something to teach us."
But as shown by the increasing numbers of children with parents working abroad, the lines are already being redrawn by economic pressures.
"While the man toils towards the welfare of Kazakhstan, his policies are something that every prominent person can emulate."
"Now we know that hundreds of children died, but no one reported their deaths. They remained there forgotten, because they are children that no one cares about."
“I was in complete shock to see her video that I can’t even explain. Not one human being deserves to be treated that way regardless of what they did.”
"I feel most proud of the 2017 Tbilisi championships where both olympians and paralympians participated - I managed to get second place."
Two men tattooed "thief" and "scum" on a teen's forehead, thinking he had stolen a bicycle. The teen later told police he hadn't, but social media took the vigilantes' side.
"It was overlong and full of pointless double talk but you know what [...] child marriage is now illegal in Trinidad and Tobago."
"Pull out the ads and sign your boss and agency up for social sensitivity 101 class please," wrote a Twitter user, addressing Watsons health and beauty chain.
"These new laws are actually keeping families apart: Singaporeans with non-resident spouses or relatives will not be able to attend Pink Dot together.”
Vkontakte, Russia’s most popular social network, has lifted a ban on political advertisements, albeit with strict limitations that are likely to benefit the country’s political establishment.
"Let Afghanistan heal! Fighting each other and losing precious lives is what the enemy wants! Come to your senses!"
Lincoln Pigman translates Pavel Merzlikin's opus on how he joined and escaped Russia’s far-right National Liberation Movement.