When the pandemic started, I was in the middle of finishing up my bachelor studies in Malmö, Sweden. As I was writing my bachelor thesis about South-Korea’s development policies at that point, Covid-19 had little impact on my life in the beginning.
During her internship, Anna Taylor investigated the issue of how the pandemic affects the mental health of children and teens.
Our article series “How do young people experience the pandemic?” continues: We are not alone in this pandemic and we can solve this together, so keep your head up – you are not alone.
Our article series “How do young people experience the pandemic?” continues: Anna tells us what are the challenges in times of Covid-19 in Hamburg and in Chile? What are the differences? What role do young people play?
Our article series “How do young people experience the pandemic?” continues: Jada tells us: How does a young student experience the time of the pandemic? How has student life changed through online teaching? What solutions are there for students to make the best of this time?
Our article series “How do young people experience the pandemic?” starts today with Louisa’s contribution on Climate in times of Corona. What are young people thinking about the crisis and its impact on climate and future generation?
Why health, wellbeing, and education of children across the globe are at risk from the pandemic — especially, but not only, in the Global South
The youth workforce is particularly vulnerable to the economic crisis caused by the Coronavirus outbreak. Here is what we can do to provide decent and sustainable jobs for young adults