Tech-first and hyper-aware of what’s happening around the globe, today’s teens and young people believe that collective action is the best way to create change.
Today’s generation of youth is cautious, always mindful of how the consequences of their behavior could affect their futures.
For global teens and young adults, the online world inspires stress as well as new forms of self-expression.
How do young people see the world today? What are they thinking, how are they feeling and what’s informing their attitudes and perspectives?
Our new study delves into the needs that social video serves for girls and women as they move from the teenage years into adulthood.
Worldwide climate strikes are evidence of this generation’s belief in the power of collectivism.
New research uncovers why many don’t participate in social causes, despite their interest.
Social media has offered up new role models for power, as well as more collaborative and inclusive ideas of what power can be.
Celebrity acceptance and increased media representation are key factors driving LGBT acceptance.
A Valentine’s Day lawsuit to legalize same-sex marriage in Japan made international headlines. News is an especially powerful influence upon LGBT acceptance there.
A new video illustrates our key insights about Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X and Baby Boomers.
For World AIDS Day, here are our latest stats on HIV/AIDS.
A year after our first global study of attitudes toward LGBT people, progress continues – and discrimination persists.
The social media experience has shifted away from mass communication as consumers’ concerns about personal data mount and new platforms offer more private ways to share.
Research reveals changing attitudes in two countries that legalized same-sex marriage this month.