Peter Hanton examines the rise in bright British undergraduates applying to universities outside the UK, and looks at why those educated in Britain are increasingly taking jobs abroad.
Claire Lamont examines the current employment crisis among UK young people.
What did the 2012 Autumn Statement do for intergenerational fairness? David Kingman investigates
Claire Lamont urges young people who risk being exploited by unpaid internships to use the IF film competition to speak out
David Kingman examines a recent trend in articles which accuse the American higher education system of no longer offering value for money
Mired in debt and a stagnant economy, Melissa Jane Knight tells us how the world looks if you’re in your late twenties – and urges all 16–30 year olds to put the case forward by entering the IF Film Competition
David Kingman explores some new research which shows just how tough conditions for today’s youth will be as they progress through life
Liz Emerson explains why IF has launched the IF Film Competition, and raises some of the issues that should provoke young film makers to take up the challenge
Antony Mason looks at the laboured progress of the EU over the Common Fisheries Policy, which seems unable to address with sufficient urgency the threat to fish stocks and our fishing industry
Antony Mason sees much to commend in “Plan B for Youth”, launched by the think-tank Compass on 17 July