Young, tech-savvy and connected: why today’s 20-somethings make buying decisions that consider the planet’s well-being more than other generations.
The majority of Americans believe young adults have a harder time than their parents' generation in key areas like saving for the future or buying a home.
The world is facing a mental health crisis for children and adolescents, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and historic underfunding.
Young people think children today have better lives than their parents did growing up and will be wealthier than their parents, a new study has found.
With a ravaging pandemic and challenging times, trust between global leaders plays a fundamental role in tackling social change with values and leadership.
Music can be a powerful unifier – and we need it more than ever, argues Marin Alsop, who is creating the opening concert for this year's Annual Meeting in Davos.
Teaching that encourages optimism, innovation and empowerment helps students work harder and make a difference in the world, according to this NGO.
Years of progress towards greater equity has been set back by COVID. Creating a better future for young people will require an entrepreneurial approach.
Most people mention family, occupation and material well-being when describing what makes their lives meaningful. But, the youngest and oldest adults vary.
The employment and hours of ethnic minorities recovered faster than the white ethnic majority.
Alienated from the existing social, political and economic order, Asian-Pacific youth are forming empowering coalitions to fight for positive change.
High rates of COVID-19 infection are setting Africa back but young innovators across the continent are deploying a social entrepreneurship skillset to fight the pandemic from the grassroots.
As world leaders meet at COP26, we asked five young people how they would address the multi-faceted nature of the climate crisis. Here are their answers.
The Global Shapers Community, born out of the World Economic Forum, seeks to connect young people younger than 30 to become drivers of change and action.
Young people in rural areas are the most impacted by climate change and poverty, but the least likely to have their voices heard. Here's how summits can be more inclusive.