What’s left for the young?
Read our January/February 2018 issue on Millennials. Edited by Yohann Koshy.
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The fiery Filipino environmentalist talks to Veronique Mistiaen.
What’s left for young people today? Yohann Koshy examines the emergence of ‘millennials’ and the political activism they are...
Wangui Kimari makes the case that the youth discourse in Africa has patronizing, colonialist tones.
Ravali Medari was moved to take up political activism alongside her academic work. Meena Kandasamy looks at how caste and class...
Jake Edwards, a transgender YouTube vlogger, has a uniquely millennial career. Edward Siddons spoke to him to find out more about...
Sophia Seymour and Daisy Squires shine a light on Musa Fata, a Gambian migrant who hopes to become a world-famous DJ.
Georgia was once hailed as a ‘beacon of democracy’, but geopolitics have taken priority over human rights, writes Onnik...
South Africa’s first post-apartheid generation has come of age. And they’re not happy with the way the ANC are handling things....
Social media use is correlated with mental health problems. But is it simply cause and effect? Marcus Gilroy-Ware finds out.
For young girls across the Muslim world, social media has become a therapeutic medium. Hussein Kesvani reports.
Amy Booth visits a Bolivian prison and meets those let down by patchy law enforcement.
Don’t let Sean Spicer whitewash himself with showbiz. Steve Parry writes.