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51 World Youth Report
UN DESA, February 2019. [23-02-2019]
Young people have the potential to save the world. All we have to do is let them do just that.
52 Returns home by children and changes in parents’ well-being in Europe
London School of Economics, April 2018. [03-07-2018]
Boomerang children who return to live with their parents after university can be good for families, leading to closer, more supportive relationships and increased contact between the generations, according to this study.
53 Global employment trends for youth 2017
ILO, 20 November 2017. [10-12-2017]
This report sets out the youth labour market situation around the world and shows where progress has or has not been made.
54 The millennial success sequence
Wendy Wang and W. Bradford Wilcox - AEI and Institute for Family Studies, 14b June 2017. [30-08-2017]
This report shows how Millennials are much more likely to flourish financially in the US if they follow the “success sequence”—getting at least a high school degree, working full-time, and marrying before having any children, in that order.
55 Youth unemployment and poverty
LaCaixa Foundation, April 2017. [24-07-2017]
The relationship between young people and the labour market in Spain and the rest of the European Union is the central theme of this report. The effect of the economic crisis on youth unemployment will be a key factor to take into account when profiling the welfare states of tomorrow.
56 US young adulthood
Jonathan Vespa - United States Census Bureau, April 2017. [21-04-2017]
What does it mean to be a young adult? In prior generations, young adults were expected to have finished school, found a job, and set up their own household during their 20s—most often with their spouse and with a child soon to follow. Today’s young adults take longer to experience these milestones.
57 Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - 10 June 2016. [16-08-2016]
The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System monitors six types of health-risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and disability among youth and adults in the US.
58 The four traits teens need to be successful
Laura Padilla-Walker - Brigham Young University, June 2016. [06-07-2016]
When it comes to raising teenagers, parents have a lot of worries and, as a result, many focus on discouraging undesirable behaviors. But when a researcher at Brigham Young University looks at families with kids who flourish, she finds a big difference between avoiding bad behaviors and actually cultivating positive ones.
59 Being young in Europe today
European Union, 2015 [19-04-2015]
This publication presents some of Eurostat’s most interesting data on children and young people in the European Union. It gives an insight into the past, current and future situation of our youngest fellow citizens, ranging from attending school and participating in sport and leisure activities, to leaving the parental home and entering the professional life. Data are presented for the European Union and its Member States as well as for the EFTA countries.
60 Second can be first
Volkswagen New Zealand [19-08-2019]
It’s a long road being the youngest family member, but when second best looks and drives as good as this, some things are just worth it.
61 Dream with us
Nike [27-05-2019]
Having a dream won’t change the world. Sharing one will.
62 First drive
McDonald’s [02-03-2019]
The moment you realize your kids are growing up can be a difficult one for most parents to accept.
63 First and last
Safe Place for Youth [18-11-2018]
Safe Place for Youth is one of the largest organizations working for homeless and at-risk youth in Los Angeles. This commercial was designed to make viewers aware of the services that they provide as well as illicit emotion.
64 The future of youth
Vodacom SA [05-07-2017]
This advert amplifies the voice of the youth on the occasion of the Youth Day in South Africa, with an inspiring message about the power of knowledge and education.
65 Having a teen at home
Allianz UK [27-03-2015]
Allianz’s new UK campaign links insurance with storytelling in an attempt to get people to engage their emotions when thinking about the brand. The work, created by 18 Feet & Rising, comprises a series of TV ads and the first spot shows a dad driving his daughter home and the pair bonding while singing Culture Club’s ‘Karma Chameleon’.
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