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Young People and Higher EducationAugust 2021

As we draw closer to the start of the academic year, we decided to speak to our community of 16-24s about their attitudes towards University and it’s alternatives. Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic,…

Identity & ExpressionAugust 2021

From our very own 4Youth community of 16-24s, in this report we explore self-expression at a high level (i.e. how this manifests in young peoples’ lives). Then, dig into how ethnicity, gender and sexuality influence…

Safety for Women – An explorationJuly 2021

The conversation surrounding the safety of women may not be new, but the devastating murder of Sarah Everard has been a catalyst for the resurgence of this discussion which we recently covered in our latest 4Talks webinar available…

BLOG: Classics Have The Power!

Saarah N on the present day relevance and thought-provoking power of dystopian literature.    ‘A word after a word after a word is power.’- Margaret Atwood.   For many readers, The Handmaid’s Tale (2010) and…

BLOG: Does Gay Still Mean Happy? – LGBT+ Representation in Television

Alys Roberts on the general lack of LGBT+ representation in television, the accuracy of television portrayals and her hopes for the future.    It’s fair to say that, over recent years, LGBT representation in media…

BLOG: Putting our best foot forward: careers and covid-19

Jessgmbarrett on how she secured a graduate role in the midst of a pandemic and her advice for other young people seeking employment in our new virtual world of remote learning and zoom calls.   …

BLOG: Revive, level up: how video games ease uncertainty

Bonny Hazelwood on how videogames can help your mental and physical health by transporting you to a different place, mood and moment.   “If asked to forecast what they believed 2020 had in store for…

Black Lives MatterOctober 2020

Following the tragic death of George Floyd in the US, we asked our 4Youth Community how they felt about the incident, the wider issues around race and discrimination that surfaced as a result, and if…

Tribes and Fast FashionSeptember 2020

98% of Tribes shop from fast fashion brands, but only half are aware the brands they purchase from are considered fast fashion 62% of Tribes think they know what fast fashion means… Amongst those who…

TikTok – An Exploration

TikTok’s rising popularity in a saturated social media market has provoked lots of interest in understanding its appeal. With TikTok’s success largely amongst young people, Channel 4’s 4Youth Community was an ideal sample to explore…

BLOG: West Meets East

  Afzal Khan (22) on challenging problematic perceptions…   “A single shelf of a good European library was worth the whole native literature of India and Arabia.” – Thomas Babington Macauley (Politician and Historian)  …

Back to School: The Youth MoodSeptember 2020

Back to School: The Youth Mood This report is made up of two surveys via the 4Youth community and OnePulse,  with a total of 612 responses from 16-24s. The report delves into how young people…

COVID-19 and the Future for Young PeopleJuly 2020

COVID-19 and the Future for Young People The virus has made many young people apprehensive about the future 27% Feel unhappy, afraid or sad “Covid-19 came and changed all aspects of our life and became an…

Mental HealthJuly 2020

For this study on mental health we ran three tasks over the course of a few weeks. The first task looked at Tribes and their mental health, which uncovered their conditions and what they think…

Young People & Energy DrinksJune 2020

We spoke to 74 members of our 16-24 year old community about energy drinks, and found that just over half (52%) are consuming them. Of these, 20% drink energy drinks regularly. Interestingly, 32% are lapsed…

BLOG: IMPERFECTLY ME

Indigo (20) gives her thoughts on the pitfalls of pursuing perfection… 2020, the year that the world went into a lockdown, the year we had a global pandemic, the year everyone came together and arguably…

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