As part of my role overseeing YouthActionNet®’s Latin American portfolio, I recently analyzed data on 475 young social entrepreneurs who had applied to our institutes in Brazil, Chile, and Mexico in 2015. A new infographic is part our work to address a lack of high-quality data on the sector, and it offers a snapshot of the pool across the three countries.
IYF has witnessed a powerful positive trend: the rise of young social entrepreneurs. Recognizing a lack of high-quality data as a key challenge keeping these youth change-makers from garnering all the attention they deserve, we've set out to gather and share information from YouthActionNet® global network. Read an analysis of this infographic, with data from Latin America, in a separate, complementary post.
Until 2008, people called them China’s first generation of couch potatoes and “online addicts.” After the 2008 earthquake, they became known as the generation that will save China. For the 415 million Chinese under 34 years old, the truth probably lies somewhere in between.