How to lower the risk of the young people around you by utilising the Good Life Model in everyday life.
I was one of the 75% of 18-24 year olds who voted to remain in the European Union. That means I’m one of the 36% of 18-24 year olds who turned up to cast their ballot on 23rd June last year. These two statistics don’t sit comfortably together for me. The UK voted to leave […]
As an American, I eagerly stayed up the night of the 2016 election, anxiously awaiting the results to come out. It was a divisive and hotly contended election, and by all accounts one of the most important in recent memory. Now, here in the U.K., I’m seeing a parallel election begin to shape up, one […]
14 Young Role Models and youth projects were recognised for their roles in our communities Around 100 young people, representatives of youth organisations attended this year’s IARS Research and Youth Leadership Awards 2015, in partnership with the 99% Campaign that took place last night at the Canada Water Culture Space in London. The Awards, now […]
Author: Christine Liang is an Australian-Chinese living in London with an interest in public policy and political philosophy. She is a BSc Politics and Philosophy graduate from the London School of Economics, currently studying an MMus in Violin at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. With the 2015 General Election approaching, the problem of rising political disengagement […]