As of 2018, 68% of 17-year-olds are earning wages.
"I hope to be able to offer young filmmakers and video artists a space where they can be free from everything else that is going on in their lives and that they have no control over. Space where they can express themselves among similarly minded people and help Iceland’s fantastic film scene...
The Directorate of Health has released the results of long-term study entitled “Suicidal Thoughts and Suicide Attempts Among Icelandic Young People: Findings of Upper Secondary Surveys, 2000 – 2016.”
Researchers suggest that Iceland either adopt daylight savings or start the school day later in order to allow young people to get more rest.
The project is aimed at empowering young women and helping them create space for themselves within their immediate environment.