Issues By Young People

for Social Change

The issues addressed by young people leading social change are as broad as the rest of society. The following resource pages feature examples, websites, and publications from around the world. We welcome your contribution to any area - just write to info at freechild.org

The Freechild Project has identified these categories through "guerrilla" research, meaning that we go into the communities where these activities happen and work with young people and adults to identify what is being addressed. The phrase "young people" is meant to include children and youth, from the time of birth through 8, 12, 14, or 16, through "adulthood," which could mean 18, 21, 25, or 30, depending on who you are and what you're doing. All of these issue categories were chosen because they create "social change"; we don't include activities that are not intended to challenge, examine, create, reflect upon, or otherwise change society.

Issues

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