this short film explores how destructive british drinking culture can really be
Lily Rose Thomas’s ‘Girl’s Who Drink’ challenges how we view problem drinking in young people.
collusion by asos is a gender neutral, coming of age line for gen z
Created by a collective of six young designers, models, artists and influencers, Collusion is designed by Gen Z, for Gen Z.
what does changing social media use reveal about the shifting anxieties of gen z?
Does migration to self-deleting media and trigger-happy liking mean that Gen Z are less anxious than millennials?
what the lives of disabled teens are really like
Cripple Magazine is created by and for disabled teens -- and anyone who wants to really understand the experiences of Gen Z youth with disabilities.
how gen z are rejecting sex ed stereotypes by teaching themselves instead
It only takes a cursory glance at Twitter, Tumblr or YouTube to understand exactly how much the sexual education landscape has changed.
capturing the new faces of south african activism
In his latest series, photographer Imraan Christian captures Generation Z’s fight against colonialism.
where will brexit leave the activists of generation z?
Will we come out of this permanently disillusioned with a political system that shows little love for our futures, or will we come out of this with a new found energy to build a better world?
who should you vote in for london mayor?
Sadiq or Zac? We weigh up the issues that matter, from housing to the arts, employment to gentrification.
is it time to retire the word supermodel?
While we can continue to admire the originals, we don’t need to recast them, the instagirls reflect our generation, pouring their personalities into their social feeds, and living beyond the catwalk.
how gentrification is destroying the london we live in
Is the London we love disappearing as gentrification and a housing crisis drive culture out?
why generation z are deleting their social media accounts and going offline
Join Lena Dunham and Jaden Smith in the new exodus toward IRL experience.
250,000 march in london to protest austerity
As the government announce £12 billion more cuts, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of the capital to protest.
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