Earlier this year, it was announced that free London travel for under-18s was set to be scrapped – but it won’t be going without a fight.
Photographer Justine Kurland reimagines a mythical new world for young women – one where they’re allowed to roam, rebel and live lawlessly.
Photographers GODLIS and Angela Boatwright capture two distinct scenes: 1970s New York and contemporary Los Angeles.
Young Brits are facing an epidemic of anxiety, but the Outward Bound Trust is turning things around for teenage girls by getting them out in the wilderness.
Photographer Sergey Nazarov meets the next generation of Russian changemakers: a fearless group of teens and 20-somethings who are taking a stand against corruption.
From New York to the Palestinian refugee camps, photographer Rania Matar travels the world to capture the universal experience of womanhood.
Filmmakers Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton spent three years documenting the lives of seven girls growing up in New York. What they captured is an exhilarating insight into an awkward transition.
Photographer Bianka Schumann embedded herself in the closed-off world of two pre-teens, capturing that fleeting “no-man’s land” between childhood and adult maturity.
Northern Irish photographer Megan Doherty’s 'Stoned in Melanchol' imagines a fictional underground youth culture to escape her boredom with life in Derry.
Anti-terror raids put Brussels at the centre of Europe’s debate on radicalisation. But at Les Ursulines skatepark kids from all backgrounds skate together in peace.
They're a hit on Instagram, have probably clogged up your Tumblr feed, and are inspiring pieces of photography for fashion designers and Hollywood set decorators alike. For photographer Adrienne Salinger, they were something she did twenty years ago.
Iraqi-Danish photographer Lina Hashim’s provocative Unlawful Meetings series explores secret sexual encounters which overstep Islam's boundaries.