Resentment and realisation can take many forms. Have the different generations learnt anything from the pandemic? Will we change the way we look at life and our relationships after Covid-19? It is the first year of university for my nineteen-year-old son. No face-to-face tuition, freshers’ week, parties, or club meetings. Hard to meet new people […]
Amidst continuing tabulation of absentee and mail-in-ballots, legal threats and challenges, and a prolonged battle for the Presidency, one thing is clear: young people turned out in historic numbers to vote in the 2020 election. Political leaders have an opportunity to sustain this energy by reinforcing the strength of our democratic institutions in the coming […]
If the preliminary agreement announced by P. Sánchez and P. Iglesias is confirmed, Spain will have a progressive government. A good news both for Europe and the Spanish Millennials.
During the campaign for the European elections, in several Member States there was no focus on young people.
Social-Democrats need to make social sustainability a reality – and get people on board for environmental and economic sustainability.
How could Progressives regain the young vote? Not without a substantial critique of capitalism.