Thirty-one-year-old Emirati, Amal Al Mansouri is a struggling artist of a different kind.
Against the backdrop of Lebanon’s political protests, which began in October, a creative and musical art scene emerged.
These teenage environmental activists remind us we can make change at any age.
There has been a surge in registration among voters aged under 25 since Boris Johnson announced Britain would be holding a snap general election on December 12.
“Sinfonía por el Perú” is a project created eight years ago by Tenor Juan Diego Flórez which offers free music education to disadvantaged children. Fifty of the young group traveled to Saltzburg to learn from the best. Watch the Musica programme to see how they got on.
Hundreds of protesters from the 'Fridays for Future' movement took to the streets of Frankfurt on Friday.
At the same time, protesters also gathered in Berlin and formed a human chain around the chancellery, demanding more action be taken against climate change
Juan Diego Flórez is proving that music can be a life changer for the poorest and most disadvantaged kids.
Being the co-founder of Atari, and the inventor of the smash-hit 1970’s arcade game Pong, earned Nolan Bushnell the nickname of, “the father of video-gaming”.
14% young Europeans at risk of depression, Sweden tops the list: Study
44% of young Europeans Jews face antisemitic harassment and almost half don't wear clothing identified with their religion because of fears over their safety, a new EU report found.
According to recent data from Eurostat, nearly 9% more young men have jobs or are in education than women on the continent.
The 5 day event attended by children from 57 different countries took place in Madrid this year, coinciding with the UEFA Champions League final.
Football for Friendship profiles: Sri Lanka, Ghana and Denmark
"Play football, it’s good for our lives!” says Makhsumov, Tajikistan
A programme for young people - that helps develop their football skills and give them an international outlook - has broken the world record for most nationalities involved in a football training session.
"Football can make people happy, it can bring joy to communities,” says Sophie Folds, USA
“We should all learn to speak the language of football, because then we are able to communicate with each other no matter which nationality [we are].”
Friendship, fair play and dedication are some of the pillars on which Football for Friendship, an annual international programme for youths, is based. Hundreds of young people from all over the world come to participate in this event that seeks to promote core values of football.
Supported by UEFA, FIFA, the International Olympic Committee and many other key figures and organisations, the International Children’s Social Programme Football for Friendship (F4F) has been implemented by Gazprom since 2013.
Hundreds of thousands of children and young people are walking out of lessons around the world on Friday as the school strike movement continues to snowball.
Like many of his generation, Gonzalo Ajihado left his native Spain seven years ago in the hope of finding better opportunities abroad.
In this edition we meet two first time voters in Ireland, they tell us about their hopes and fears for the future ahead of the May elections.
Road Trip Europe: Romanian-born poet Miguel Gane reflects on European identity
The Crans Montana Forum is back in Dakhla in Western Sahara. In its 5th edition, this year’s theme is building a modern Africa dedicated to its youth. Young Africans represent 77% of the continent’s population.
How can a struggling generation of young people transform Italy’s future? Ten years after the global financial crisis, Italy’s economy is stagnant while the country's youth unemployment rate is among the highest in Europe.
Young Belgian students in Brussels, Liège and Leuven skipped school for the fourth Thursday in a row to demand action on climate change policies.