Traditions fall apart. Young people's behaviour, consciousness and identity are in many ways different from those of previous generations. Now, a complex pattern of change sets its mark on educational institutions, democratic organisations and in the labour market.
As ideas of employment become more obscure and desperate, today is the perfect time to ask what it means to live without it. We take the collapse of previous structures as an opportunity for unforeseen generational shifts geared towards new perspectives on lifestyle, the economy and the planet.