Tagged: youth activism
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The Chilean Student Movement's tactics are non-traditional, non-violent, and accessible.
In a public discussion with young bloggers, students, and activists from Africa, IPS Associate Fellow and AU Professor Carl LeVan will ask, is there a generation gap in Africa today?
Lt. John Pike hosed down a line of silent, passive, determined, and frightened students, as if they were nothing more than weeds he needed to kill.
Occupiers in Boston expand their camp to Rose Kennedy Greenway Park, but they are met with police force and arrests.
Join the Institute's Foreign Policy In Focus project for the DC debut of a heartbreaking Iranian story, not just about tyranny, loss and grief, but a celebration of the will to live.
In the face of a disturbing past and widespread apathy, leftist students struggle to encourage political action on campus.
The Spanish government has been showing the world how to repress an uprising European-style.
U.S. citizens and activists seek to broaden the Al Jazeera English audience by increasing its availability on local cable networks.
The Institute's Foreign Policy in Focus project continues its look at African descendants in Venezuela in conversation with visiting youth activists.