Key Quotes for 2017

Key Quotes for 2017

A world perspective in bite-size chunks
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Last update: Saturday 16th December
 
A terminally ill teenager became, in September, the first minor to be killed by euthanasia, after age restrictions on euthanasia in Belgium were abolished in 2014.
Young PeopleEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
After various attempts over more than 20 years, the State Committee in Azerbaijan registered a Bible society in September.
World IssuesEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
An autumn survey has revealed that nearly one in four millennials are religiously unaffiliated, and many of them say they left the church due to teachings on homosexuality.
Young PeopleEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
The Chinese government released a set of proposed amendments to its rules regulating religious affairs in early September, showing that President Xi Jinping is attempting to exert even greater control over how religion is practised.
Religious PersecutionEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
Excavations in Israel have for the first time discovered an actual physical toilet of the kind referred to in the book of 2 kings.
Religion/SpiritualityChristianity - November 2016
 
The number of pupils studying GCSE Religious Education in Education and Wales is at its highest level since 2002. There were 284,057 entries on the full course this year, up 0.1 percent on 2015. The rise comes as the overall number of GCSE entries across all subjects is down by 0.5 percent.
EducationYouthwork - October 2016
 
An NHS doctor has issued a warning to young people about the dangers of watching pornography. Psychosexual therapist Angela Gregory says more and more men in their late teens and early 20s are suffering from erectile dysfunction as a result of becoming addicted to watching online pornography.
Young PeopleYouthwork - October 2016
 
Almost one-third of young people are considered to be in debt, according to National Debtline and the Money Advise Trust. The average debt among 18-24 year olds has reached nearly £3,000.
Young PeopleYouthwork - October 2016
 
A survey of those aged 12 to 25 found that 92 per cent of young people didnít want to follow their parents or grandparentsí career footsteps. 50 years ago, the top dream jobs were teacher, scientist, footballer, sportsman and doctor, but 2016 saw writer ranking highest, closely followed by being a YouTube sensation, artist, photographer and clothes designer.
Work/EmploymentYouthwork - October 2016
 
Youth services across the UK have seen an estimated £387m cut by local authorities over the last six years according to a new report from UNISON. The study suggests the cuts have led to loss of nearly 140,000 places for young people and more than 3,600 youth work jobs, as well as the closure of more than 600 youth centres since 2010. The union is also warning of further cuts over the next year, which could see 45,000 more youth service places removed, 800 more jobs lost and more than 30 youth centres closed.
Social IssuesYouthwork - October 2016
 
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