It's the first time the Youthful Cities Index has been put together - with the help of thousands of young people worldwide.
Twenty-five cities from across the globe were measured across the following categories:
- Civic participation
- Internal transportation
- Digital access
- Environmental sustainability
- Safety & Mental Health
- Access to education
- Youth employment
- Financial access
- Economic status
- Food and nightlife
- Music and film
- Fashion and art
- Regional and global connectivity
- Public space, sport and gaming
Social venture YouthfulCities - which aims to help young people 'build better cities' - said it was the first attempt toquantify which cities are most attractive to young people aged 15-29.
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