A thought-provoking report caught my eye this week. It was a vast survey of 20,000 young people in 20 countries, enquiring about their wellbeing, hopes and values. The respondents are all Generation Z – born between 1995 to 2001.
The report’s author said “Young people are passionate believers in the right to live the life that they choose. However, they are a generation that is deeply pessimistic about the future of the world.” I felt moved to learn more.