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Four pieces of advice for young people wanting to fight climate change.
African students at the University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland in 1964 protesting against being called “savages” in parliament.
African universities were key actors in developing post-colonial and decolonised societies.
Gen Z is best positioned to influence business practices, rather than global climate agreements, where political gridlock appears to be the status quo.
Young activists rallying in Paris before the landmark 2015 climate summit.
This weekend sees a major youth climate rally in Washington DC. But do young people really hold the key to overcoming climate inaction, or are we wrong to put our faith in their ability to drive change?
Young Palestinian activists are risking their lives to protest against Israeli occupation – here's why.
The DRC has extraordinary potential for socioeconomic advancement.
Political agreements between major political actors aren’t enough to ensure stability in the DRC. Structural changes are needed as is a new approach towards governance.
Children are ruling the way.
Wales is the only UK nation that is empowering children to address sexism and harassment in schools.