Izšla je najobsežnejša in najnovejša nova raziskava Generacija Z: globalno državljanstvo, v kateri so mlade, ki so bili rojeni na prelomu tisočletja vprašali po mnenju o svetu, okolju, v katerem živijo, njihovih nazorih, prepričanjih in znanjih. To je prva mednarodna primerjalna študija o odnosu mladih v takem obsegu.
Anketirali so več kot 20.000 mladih v 20 državah po vsem svetu. Na ista vprašanja so odgovarjali mladostniki generacije Z (tisti, rojeni med letoma 1995 in 2001), v Argentini, Avstraliji, Braziliji, Kanadi, na Kitajskem, v Franciji, Nemčiji, Indiji, Indoneziji, Izraelu, Italiji, na Japonskem, v Novi Zelandiji, Nigeriji, Rusiji, Južni Afriki, Južni Koreji, Turčiji, Veliki Britaniji in ZDA.
Nekaj izsledkov v angleščini:
- 68% of young people say they are happy – with young people in developing economies tending to be happier than developed world counterparts
- But young people are also pessimistic about the future. 37% of young people think the world is becoming worse compared to just 20% who think it is becoming better.
- Young people are shaped more by common threads than they are divided. Teenagers in Nigeria, New Delhi and New York share many of same priorities, fears, ambitions and opinions. Young people across the world support liberal values on legality of same-sex marriage (63%), equal treatment for men and women (89%) and equal rights for transgender people (74%) – even in some cases where these values run contrary to the laws of their country
- They are divided on their support for the right to free speech. Only around half believe people should have the right to this even when it is offensive to a religion (56%) or minority groups (49%).
- Most young people are tolerant and know people from other religions. Less than half (42%) of young people say religious faith is an important part of their lives, and two-fifths (39%) claim religion is of no significance to them at all. However, nearly eight in ten young people in Africa (77%) say religious faith is important in their life
- Nearly half of all young people (46%) feel pressured by school. But 80% of young people globally say it is a source of hope that more people are being educated around the world and young people think that understanding more and gaining greater skills would help them make a bigger contribution to society. There is no clear link between the education performance of the country and young people’s happiness or mental health
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