With the summer season fast approaching,…South Korea is welcoming a variety of music festivals for weekenders. On Saturday, Korea’s Federation of Small and Medium Businesses teamed up with Arirang TV to showcase […]
Skateboarding hasn’t always managed to shake off its image as a counterculture sport. But from 2020 it will be part of the Olympic Games and one school in Sweden has adopted skating […]
Kenya is weeks away from the start of official campaigning ahead of elections in August. But candidates are already trying to grab voters’ attention. DW has been speaking with voters – and […]
Even as rising tensions between North and South Korea risk widening the gulf between the two countries, countless Koreans hold fast to the hope of eventual reunification. RT America’s Simone Del Rosario […]
With South Koreans about to go to the polls to elect a new president, CNN’s Ivan Watson looks at the use of song and dance in South Korean politics.
Founder of Black Lives Matter Sacramento chapter Tanya Faison was among those who attended the rally. Fifty years after the Black Panther Party “came into the Capitol and they came in with […]
Kim Paulk rides with a nonprofit called InTandem that helps people who are legally blind learn to pedal on the “stoker” seats of tandem bicycles. ABC News’ Michael Koenigs steers @MikeOnABikeABC.
Sandra’s daily work is to help the youth city council in Aalborg, Denmark remain sustainable, so that young people in the city have a say in all matters that affect them. Erasmus+ […]
Ondrej is coordinator of the Mladiinfo ambassador project, which is built on the vision that all young people can be well informed about the educational opportunities around them. He and his organisation […]
Aušrinė is the coordinator of Learn Before You Vote: a political watchdogging initiative made for, and by young people in Lithuania, which strives to foster dialogue between politicians and citizens. The project, […]