Guatemala is a beautiful country, rich with history and resources, but the corrupt government has crippled the economy. Young people are demanding a better future and many wonder if President Jimmy Morales - a comedian with no political experience - can really create that change.
After more than half-century of military rule, Myanmar's 2016 elections are said to be the freest elections the country has held in over 25 years and a historic step in it's transition to democracy. The youth hope that their country can remain on a peaceful path and not take steps back into military rule.
The fear of violence and retribution weighs heavily on Ugandans as they head to polls on February 18, 2016 to elect the country’s next president, particularly Ugandan youth. After the suicide bombing in the capital of Kampala in 2010 and the violence that erupted after the 2011 elections, rallies and polling stations now face intense security. However, for some young people in the country, not voting doesn't mean, they aren't actively trying to make change.
Will Peruvian voters trust a candidate whose father, and former President, is serving a 25 year sentence for corruption and human rights violations?