Protection & Survival

"The children of the world are innocent, vulnerable and dependent. They are also curious, active and full of hope. Their time should be one of joy and peace, of playing, learning and growing. Their future should be shaped in harmony and co-operation. Their lives should mature, as they broaden their perspectives and gain new experiences." ― World Summit For Children Declaration, 1990

Hurricane Harvey, Joel Osteen, and Outrage Culture

Hurricane Harvey is one of largest natural disasters in recent history, spanning parts of Texas and Louisiana with over 31 people dead, many more...

August 2017 Issue

Read Now https://issuu.com/nextgenerationmagazine/docs/images__1_ Scoop 1. Female Leader: Dentaa Amoateng MBE 2. Child Marriage in Bangladesh 3. Woman In Leadership : Dr. Kirstin Ferguson 4. 10 Lesson To Teach Our Daughters 5....

Justin Trudeau: ‘Is someone going to stand up for what they...

Early in his political career, people called Justin Trudeau “his mother’s son.” They meant it as an insult: Margaret Trudeau, a Canadian actress, and...

Yazidi Woman, Enslaved by ISIS, Shares Her Story Of Survival

Shireen Ibrahim has trouble recounting the horrors she’s seen. The Yazidi woman wept at times while describing the eight months she spent enslaved by...

July 2017 Issue

Read Now https://issuu.com/nextgenerationmagazine/docs/images Scoop 1. Impact of abuse on women and how to rectify it 2. Tackling Post Natal Depression 3. Women in Leadership Series: Danni Lin, CEO of...

Four Silent Emergencies We Need To Talk About

For the first time in history, children are facing the threat of four famines striking at once. But you'd be forgiven for not knowing...

What Is A Famine And Why Is It Still Happening?

The UN has sounded a global alarm: famine has been declared in parts of South Sudan while Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen are teetering on...

Access To Drinking Water Around The World – In five Infographics

How many people have access to clean and safe water? Where do they get it from, and how much do they pay for it?...

How Bad Is Hunger In Asia?

Placed 29 in a ranking of 118 developing countries, China has the lowest level of hunger in Asia, according to the newly-released Global Hunger...

Hunger In Southeast Asia

Southeast Asian nations, grouped together based on geographical location, are both very similar and vastly different from one another. While democratic nations Indonesia and...

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