voting

Politics

Voting for the first time? Here’s everything you need to know

Over the last four years, 15 million young people have become eligible to vote in the US and they can determine the result of the 2020 election.
Jazmin Kay
10.21.20
Politics

How the pandemic suppressed student voters in primary elections

Many young people were forced to leave university and returned home to missing absentee ballots, bureaucratic hurdles and long lines, making it nearly impossible to vote.
Jazmin Kay
7.7.20
News

eu nationals are reporting that they’re being turned away from voting stations

Using the hashtag #deniedmyvote, hundreds say they’ve been unable to exercise their democratic right to choose an MEP.
Roisin Lanigan
5.23.19
Politics

should you care about the eu elections this week?

Here's a handy breakdown of what these elections actually are about, why they could matter and who's backing what.
Marie Le Conte
5.20.19
straight ups

nigerian youth on the change they want to see

Nigeria is about to vote in a new president, and the outcome will have a vast impact on the country's youth, who make up over half of the population. 17-year-old photographer Isabel Okoro captured her peers and asked them what they want for the country.
Isabel Okoro
2.13.19
News

frank ocean will give you free merch for voting

Locations were chosen to support Stacey Abrams in Georgia, Andrew Gillum in Florida, and Beto O'Rourke in Texas.
Jack Sunnucks
11.6.18
Culture

how young people are using social media to sway the midterms

“It is the same thing as if you were going to walk outside and start knocking on doors, they are just knocking on virtual doors through their smartphones.”
Erica Euse
10.16.18
Music

"we have to engage with politics" – novelist delivers a powerful manifesto on people power

Taken from new magazine PUSH, Novelist delivers a short essay on how you can't opt out of the system.
i-D Staff
5.22.17
Politics

who the youth of france are voting for and why

With the election looming, i-D France went across the country, questioning those who will be most affected by the results — its young people.
Malou Briand Rautenberg
3.29.17
Music

​#paradetothepolls: chance the rapper led chicago concert crowd to early voting site

The local music star led thousands of people to vote ahead of election day in his hometown.
Charlotte Gush
11.8.16
Think Pieces

learn from brexit and make your voice heard in this election

With the Australian election looming, we look at how young people are being forgotten and what we can do about it.
Naomi Russo
7.1.16
Politics

should 16 and 17 year olds get the vote?

As George Osborne's #Budget2015 looks set to hit young people hardest, 17 year old Abby Tomlinson, leader of the #Milifandom, argues that people her age should have a say in the decisions that will affect their future.
Abby Tomlinson
7.9.15
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