We don’t need rebels, we just need to create effective policies to support young people
OECD
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Many of today’s economic and social problems — locally, nationally, globally — have accumulated for a long time and are the result of political and economic institutions’ stiffness, comfort-seeking, inability to (at times painfully) adapt to demands of the day. I agree with the content, but disagree with semantics of the title — we need rebels! Not violent, not apathetic and cynical, but young, caring, educated rebels who would engage with and challenge the older generation to adapt and to appreciate that the world we are building today is for their generation. This is the only way how dialectics works, how new and novel makes its way though the old and outdated.

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