The conflict in the Middle East is one of several issues that may shape youth engagement in the 2024 election
Supporting Youth, Creating Opportunity, and Strengthening Democracy
A comprehensive analysis of young people's relationship to the issue of climate change based on CIRCLE's Pre-2024 Election Youth Survey
With support from CIRCLE experts, youth researchers with 18by Vote conduct Groundbreaking Youth-Led Civic Engagement Research
Community leaders and institutions can learn from and implement strategies and tools used by educators to teach and engage youth.
Organizations can and should engage young people beyond and between elections in order to strengthen their democratic skills and their ties to local communities.
Bringing young people as leaders and equitable participants into organizations or efforts aimed at youth engagement can be a productive strategy—if it's done right.
New research suggests that civic engagement can be associated with worse mental health for youth, but having access to community assets and strong connections can help.
Young people continue to believe in their—and their generation's—political power, but some don't feel qualified to participate.