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3 brands compassionately engaging with families & kids during Coronavirus

Covid-19 lockdown has changed life for families and industries across the board, but one of the most marked changes is in the amount of time now spent in digital environments. With real-life opportunities for play and education now heavily restricted, new pressures are being placed upon families to find ways to educate and entertain young children.  Read More

How platforms built for kids are giving them a political voice

2017 was the year of the “youthquake.” Millennials and Gen-Zers were dismissed as too busy taking selfies and eating avocados to vote; but the UK general election saw the 18-24 year old turnout reach a 25-year high. In fact, there’s been a noticeable trend of increasing youth political participation; from the 2014 Scottish Independence referendum where 75% of 16-17 year olds turned out, to Virginia’s 2017 gubernatorial election where young people voted in historic numbers. What’s this got to do with kids’ social platforms? Hear me out. Read More