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  • Young people have plenty to protest about. No wonder they're raving again

    Of course it’s dangerous to hold illegal parties during a pandemic, but the urge to find sense of belonging is strong The sun is shining, the temperatures record-breaking. In the UK, the Conservatives have been in power for 10 joyless years of division and austerity. But young people are on the move, gathering together despite being told to be safe and stay at home. There’s a growing sense of anger, a global, grassroots movement against authoritarianism and against racism. Whole systems are in...

    the Guardian
  • Young people are stressed all over the world, but don't blame the pandemic

    Millennial and Gen Z individuals all over the world face stress related to family, jobs and personal finance, but the coronavirus pandemic has actually reduced anxiety levels, according to a Deloitte survey.

  • Why Some Young People Fear Social Isolation More Than COVID-19

    It's not that young adults aren't worried about the pandemic, psychologists say, but they are at far greater risk of dying by suicide. Finding ways beyond screens to foster social bonds is crucial.