There’s no denying that girls and boys coming of age in the early 21st century live in a world very different to what even their parents experienced at the same age (never mind their grandparents), largely due to digital technology which is changing our lifestyles in an unprecedented manner, and not always for the best.
This coming on top of escalating global conflict, nuclear threat and climate change means that now more than ever, it’s imperative we raise resilient children and teenagers.
What does that mean?
It means creating an environment in which the youth of today can thrive and grow, and reach their maximum potential as the adults of tomorrow; men and women with intelligence, wisdom and compassion, who can solve the complex problems of our brave new world in ways that are innovative and visionary. Here’s what we need to do …
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