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28 May 2013
age | baby boomers | Generation conflict | Generational inequality | opportunities | retirement | Social cohesion | youth training | youth unemployment | Family | Youth | Society
Since the financial crisis of 2007-8 there have been warnings of generational conflict, or of a ‘lost generation’ of youth who are unable to find...
10 May 2013
cyberbullying | Digital Freedoms | Digital Freedoms | Online privacy | online safety | Parental control | Parental monitoring | Privacy | Family | Internet | Youth | Society | Science
I. Introduction This debate has a fairly large scope as it concerns itself with children, as...
This House believes that gender quotas in the EU are advantageous for the economies of member states
12 Apr 2013
Despite enhanced access to education and political participation, women remain underrepresented in leadership positions worldwide. The gender...
15 Mar 2013
industrialization | infrastructure | role of government | Rural | Urbanization | Economic policy | Immigration | Society | Economy
Urbanisation is what once formed civilisation. When we as a species transitioned from living in small communities that were dedicated to farming and small...
14 Mar 2013
The feminist movement is difficult to define. In essence, it is composed of people who adhere to an ideology, feminism, which originates from philosophical...
This house believes that there should be a rule that women and children should be evacuated first in the event of a transport disaster
8 Feb 2013
10 Jan 2013
Catholic Church | Church | contraception | Family planning | Family values | Gender | Marriage | Philippines | poverty | Reproductive Health Bill | sex | Family | Marriage | Religions | Religion | Society
To describe the political progress of the Reproductive Health Bill through the parliament of the Philippines as tortuous would be an understatement. However,...
5 Nov 2012
issue politics | parliament | political parties | Politics | Youth engagement | Leadership | Youth | Voting | Society
There is no doubt that, if participation in elections is used as a measure of political engagement, the interest shown by young peoplei has plummeted in recent...
5 Nov 2012
There are two standard ways of approaching quotas in the selection of candidates for public office in a first past the post. One is to insist that all...
28 Oct 2012