Social values, social rights and solidarity
Young people have strong opinions and attitudes about certain issues in their society, which are shaped by their social environment. These social values influence how young people relate to themselves and to others, how they perceive questions of equality, social rights, justice and solidarity, as well as how they participate in civil and political life of their society. This section of the Perspectives on Youth is exploring the social values of young people, their access to social (and other) rights, and perceptions of social justice and solidarity.
Youth Homelessness in Generation Covid19. How does Covid19 impact on vulnerable and already marginalised young people experiencing homelessness? By Robbie Stakelum and Miriam Matthiessen
What do I care for? Social Values of Young People Compared, by Magda Nico