From revolutions and protests to riots and unrests: young people are taking their fight for the future to the streets. Intergenerational contracts have become obsolete, with many young people feeling robbed of their future in the light of the employment crisis, a damaged environment and social inequality. Observers and activists describe a world awakening with rage, and a revolt of the young that has only just begun. But what will happen next?
Can multiculturalism complement democratic citizenship and nation-building?
The Council of Europe is debating the future of democracy. And overlooks one essential element in the equation: education.