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Understanding Youth Radicalization in the Age of ISIS: A Psychosocial Analysis

Understanding Youth Radicalization in the Age of ISIS: A Psychosocial Analysis

Analysis of psychosocial attributes of youth, suggests policies guided by the principle of ‘good families via good societies’ may help the youth radicalization problem.

A Generation in Need of Hope

A Generation in Need of Hope

When wealthy and established people begin nurturing hope, rather than fear, will we see the renaissance of youth creativity in politics that our world desperately needs.

Apathetic about Democracy: Engaging Young Voters

There is a worrying trend of growing apathy amongst young people towards politics. The United Kingdom’s Electoral Commission published a report in 2002 called ‘Making an Impact’, which found that voter turnout among young people was at an unprecedented low point at the 2001 general election.

Youth Culture and the EU

Youth Culture and the EU

While Europe’s carbon-footprint aware heads of states, their administrators, advisors, bureaucrats, translators and drivers have been preoccupied with two back to back summits in Lisbon and Brussels, smaller cogs in the EU machine have been whirring away less noisily.

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