‘So many revolutions to lead’: Europe’s Gen Z on their post-Covid future

As part of the Guardian’s 200th anniversary, we asked young people how the worst global pandemic in a century has affected their lives, hopes and dreams. Fifty from Europe’s generation Z tell us how they see their future

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