Throughout history, young people have played an active role in shaping major social and political advancements. Today’s growing globalization and cross-border movements create an environment which is increasingly diverse in terms of culture and religion. Young people’s contribution to understanding the impact of this diversity on everyday life as well as politics is now more crucial than ever. Moreover, as they constitute the largest segment of population in many regions, the role of youth in shaping their country’s response to cultural and religious diversity is vital.
Young people contribution in fighting corruption will create a better future for all.
We have to fight against corruption as we the very people experiencing the bitterness of life in this world emanating from it. As we live today under such problems, we should also know that we have under such a situation tomorrow if we do not take actions today.
Yes, If we do not act against corruption as Youth, we should be sure of our graves been dug by our grand sons in the future for having not prepared their life well.
We have to act.
I agree with you Semion, We represent the the bulk of the world population and we have the energy and now we have what it takes to shape the world as we do the voting..., This is the ensence of this forum to talk to our colleagues on the fence that have a waving mind of there potemtial (our potential to change things arround).
My simple aswer to the questions is because we leaders of today not tommorrow our stands today tells what tommorrow will bring
Wurie MT Barrie
Restless Development-the youth led development agancy
Yes.....Simon this is right that youth can make possible everything which is seen impossible by others.
To answer why youth against corruption? our organizational Proverb is best suit for this: "Youth are not leaders of tomorrow but Partners of today."
But we have to strives to inform young people of global, national and local issues of corruption, empower them as groups of a critical mass, and involve them in decision making and governance of political and social institutions at national and sub-national levels to act against corruption.Samundra Paudel, Founder/President, Alternatives-Nepal