Horror stories are circulating of house parties and rule-breakers, but should certain regions of the UK have ever come out of lockdown in the first place?
Dr Hans Kluge, Europe regional director for the WHO, told the BBC: "They have a responsibility towards themselves, their parents, grandparents and their communities".
Researchers found that more than a quarter of UK households reported “clinically relevant” levels of stress during late April.
Seeing students out for St. Patrick's Day in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic is like watching "an epidemiological horror movie," one expert said.
“It’s hypocritical accusing us of not being engaged politically when there are a lot of barriers to us voting," one college student said.
From climate rallies to pro-democracy movements, young people stood up across the region with a unified message: enough is enough.
We spoke to political activists as young as 11 about why they’re getting involved in this election.
We spoke to campaigners and a knife crime victim about what needs to be done to tackle the "epidemic" of youth street violence.
We talked to young people about financial independence and supporting their families.
Here are highlights from our poll of 105 experts about the marvels and horrors we may experience over the coming decades and centuries.
Welcome to the bright side of Motherboard’s two-part poll about the future.