Characteristics in and outcome of social movements today, are clearly linked to economic concerns in many parts of the world. There are a number of social problems that directly affect youth, such as unemployment or insecure employment. Thus, unemployment is one of the main reasons for increasing social unrest.
Najmin Kamilsoy (Azerbaijan), Hurford Youth Fellow, World Movement for Democracy; Nida Civic Movement
Pearl Pillay (South Africa), Youth Lab ZA; African Movement for Democracy
Ivan Duric (Serbia), Youth Initiative for Human Rights
Micaela Hierra Dori (Argentina), Red Latinoamericana Jóvenes por la Democracia
This panel was held on Oct 31, 2017.
#WYMDtalk is series of online debates held by The World Youth Movement for Democracy, a global network that supports development of sustainable democracy movements by empowering young activists.
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