Most Syrian children have missed years — if not decades — of schooling due to war and displacement. The conditions in Lebanon mean they could miss even more.
Social media and the sharing economy are changing the way that politics is both debated and funded, Olikara says. Additionally, he argues that discontent is changing the equation.
Maine is home to many Somali refugees in the US, but fitting in hasn’t always been easy. There's even tension among Somali communities — between those who arrived first and those who came later. That also plays out at public schools in Lewiston, Maine’s second largest city.
Latinos are the least likely ethnic group to go to the polls. If they voted more, Latinos could be a force in coming years — roughly every 30 seconds, a Latino in the US turns 18.
South African student protestors learn from their parents how to handle tear gas and stun grenades.
After the earthquake in Haiti in 2010, thousands of children who survived the destruction came to the US, and many joined relatives in Boston.
One year after a burst of violent attacks, Digital Harbor High launched a program to bring Latino and African-American students together.
Despite his academic excellence and qualifications, Mustafa Mohammed Ismael's options are limited once he's released from jail.
Iran has been strained under sanctions for years, and the nation's young people have struggled to find jobs. They also want simple things, like the ability to access the Internet. Finally, they look set to get some of what they want.
"It has been four years since I stopped schooling. I only reached the sixth grade level and then had to stop so I could work."