Youth

FIBA U16: Gilas Youth tops Kazakhstan, advances to Asian quarters

The Philippines demolished Kazakhstan, 83-60, to move to the quarterfinals of the 2022 FIBA U16 Asian Championship Thursday.

COA flags National Youth Commission over funds used for ELCAC support

COA has flagged the National Youth Commission for its inappropriate use of funds worth P651,999.72 for the government's anti-communist program.

FIBA U-16 Asia: Gilas Boys fall short against Japan

The Gilas youth team fell short against Japan, 73-67, during their encounter at the 2022 FIBA Under-16 Asian Championship Tuesday night (Manila time) in Doha, Qatar.

Pinoy kids spend most time on YouTube, TikTok: cybersecurity firm

Video sharing apps are wildly popular among Filipino kids, according to data from the cybersecurity firm Kaspersky.

Filipina advocates for mental health at White House, MTV summit

A Filipina mental health advocate gets a rare opportunity to bring her campaign to the White House as she participates in a special youth action forum.

If elected, Pacquiao eyes department to develop youth – ‘Sila ang future’

Foremost among the new department’s objectives is to grant full scholarships to students who will pursue college and even masters studies.

When ‘unfriending’ is not an option: Parents, children clash on political views

With less than two weeks before the 2022 elections, some familial ties are stretched thin as parents and children continue to clash on political views.

Diokno denounces harassment of Robredo youth supporters in Davao

Diokno condemned the harassment of youth volunteers in Davao who are supporting the presidential bid of Vice President Leni Robredo.

'Power of No': New campaign aims to reduce drunk driving among youth

Alcohol companies have teamed up with civil society and local authorities for a campaign that aims to reduce drunk driving among the youth.

Law criminalizing child marriage removes religious, cultural exemption - author

The new law vs child marriages covers the entire Philippines and removes religious and cultural exemptions, one of the authors said Friday.