Generation Z: Europe's first time The Future is Fluid 2 days ago   01:22

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As we launch our election coverage 100 days ahead of the polls in May we will be meeting first-time voters - this time a climate protester in Belgium.…
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Lynx
Oh god shes brainwashed already🙄🙄🙄
Big Ailtirí na hAiséirghe Irish Boi
When im old enough i will vote for the right
Sheeple are Lame
Generation X are the last generation of non conformists &
N Xarigow
These youngsters voter's will never go vote they are too lazy to go and vote, and know only screens maybe they would vote on their smartphone but not going out to vote on paper, they only know how to cry and protest later. The people who never miss to go and vote are mostly 45 to 65 + who want to bring back yesterday and make tomorrow yesterday . Haha just like Trump brexit vote
unpaid troll
she is already indoctrinated with marxist ideas
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The Future is Fluid Generation Z: Europe's first time 2 days ago   07:24

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Presenting ‘The Future is Fluid’ in partnership with Gucci and CHIME FOR CHANGE, the short film—which premiered during the Sundance Film Festival—was directed by Jade Jackman and produced by Irregular Labs as a companion to The Irregular Report, a biannual report on and by Gen Z. The voices in the film represent this generation’s tenacity, curiosity, empathy, optimism and hope, redefining and representing the world through a prism of fluidity captured by the 24-year-old English director.

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