This category contains web sites which deal with controversial or current issues which are of importance to teenagers.
Topics may include career planning, government and politics, news, religion, sexuality, suicide, and truancy.
Provides a monthly magazine and digital library to help overcome obstacles in personal, family and community life. Includes past issues and a guide to safe web surfing.
The on-line companion to the PBS broadcast. In the mix is a PBS television show dealing with teen issues.
Allows young people to report violence, illegal activity, sexual abuse and suicide threats anonymously. Includes information, links, statistics and report forms.
Dedicated to keeping teens informed about issues affecting their lives. Explains the importance of voting.
Organization that helps teenagers from regions of conflict learn the skills of making peace. Event calendar, news, articles, ways to help, information, and camp opportunities.
Contains essays of members voicing opinions and allows students to come together to solve problems and deal with issues.
Program to help teens promote racial tolerance in their schools. Includes FAQs, stories, steps to take, e-newsletter, polls, youth activist groups, and free Mix It Up at Lunch Day starter pack.
Examines ageism directed against youth - from legal age restrictions to stereotypes in pop-culture.
A forum for the top international issues facing youth today. Allows young people to share their opinions and listen to the stories of others.
Addresses the alarming escalation of violence and decreasing respect for life.
By youth and for youth, this site uses words and images to explore youth violence, including bullying, racism, homophobia and sex discrimination.
Programs by and for teens to reduce violence in communities and schools.
As a Christian agency, we believe in the unlimited potential of youth and are committed to helping them holistically, both personally and spiritually.
Youngsters, teens and adults from diverse backgrounds and communities fight against bias, bigotry and prejudice. Report hate-related incidents, get information about hate crimes, school violence, and human rights issues.
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