Can you have your smashed avo on toast and eat it too? As they attempt to navigate a world beset by political instability, climate change and economic insecurity, it turns out the best-educated, most connected generation ever isn’t getting it all handed to them on a platter. Griffith Review co-editor Julianne Schultz talks to Yassmin Abdel-Magied, Brigid Delaney, Briohny Doyle and Jack Manning Bancroft about a system stacked against the younger generation.

Jack Manning Bancroft (Australian)

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Jack Manning Bancroft is the founder of AIME, the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience. In recognition of AIME’s impact, in 2015 AIME was voted ninth in the BRW Best Places to Work list. Jack is a graduate of the University of Sydney and Stanford University, a board member of the Advertising Standards Bureau and the NSW Government’s Smart and Skilled board. He is also a published children’s author.

Julianne Schultz (Australian)

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Julianne Schultz is the founding editor of Griffith Review, the award-winning literary and public affairs quarterly journal.