TikTok is driving online frenzies that encourage anti-social behaviour in the real world, a BBC Three investigation reveals. Read more
The world.edu network focuses on education, science, innovation and the environment.
Here you can submit and vote on the best content from the world’s leading organisations and websites.
A Canadian man who allegedly shouted at a nine-year-old girl and questioned whether she was transgender has been banned from attending elementary school athletics competitions, after an incident that activists say reflects a broader rise in anti-trans hate across the country. Read more
The behaviour of children as young as eight is being affected by them viewing pornography, the children's commissioner for England has said. Read more
One of the world’s oldest newspapers still in print, Austria’s Wiener Zeitung, will primarily move online, after a decision on Thursday by the country’s parliament. Read more
Shakespeare’s Globe, the historic theatre where the Bard’s famous plays were first performed hundreds of years ago, has partnered with Cambridge University Press to host a series of free webinars to study the works with an emphasis on race and identity. Read more
Three universities are under scrutiny for their “Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship” with the Country Music Association due to its exclusion of white applicants. Read more
Community activists and students continue to take issue with a Columbia University course as well as the university’s partnership with developers. Read more
Peers amend controversial legislation owing to prospect of “endless litigation”, with ban on non-disclosure agreements also supported Read more
The government is insisting its amendments to the Online Safety Bill will keep children safe on the internet. Read more
Hillary Clinton once famously wrote a book titled “It Takes A Village.” One feminist scholar is taking that argument one step further, arguing children should be raised by society rather than just their parents. Read more