“All this pain, I am feeling inside. Eight months in the system has eaten my pride…I am stuck in Don Dale, when I get out, I promise I won’t fail.”
From the online journal Eteraz Monthly published by leftists in Afghanistan, a look at what two decades of war mean for the young people of the country.
Students, parents, teachers, doctors, and athletes are speaking out against a massive legal assault on trans youth.
Right-wing Supreme Court justices have okayed life without parole for juveniles. Madness!
Thailand’s year-long protests expose the thorough corruption of the “untouchable” monarchy, partnered with the military, and the desperate conditions of workers and refugees.
Grace, a Black 15-year-old special needs student in Michigan, was sentenced to juvenile detention during this pandemic because she didn’t complete her online schoolwork.
The newly-constituted Andrews-Hanson enquiry is a massive step backwards and will undoubtedly entrench existing problems.
High school student Kaiya Yonamine made this beautiful, hard-hitting documentary about the fight in Okinawa to protect an environmentally unique ocean bay from U.S. military plans.
Let’s hear it for the young people leading global climate strikes! Now what’s needed is an ecosocialist global climate revolution.
In Australia, opposition to a huge increase in police numbers and powers and the incarceration of children in adult prisons.