Debate Like A Champ! Government #1: Climate change threatens the future generation

Arianna, 17, told us how school strikes can be an effective way for young people to participate in expressing their ideas and concerns on law reforms to address climate issues.

Debate Like A Champ! Government #2: Children have a right to their future

Adam, 17, believes children rightly have a sense of urgency and should have a voice on issues such as climate change that matter to their generation.

Debate Like A Champ! Opposition #1: Adults have abdicated climate responsibility

While climate activism among young people at the grassroots level is important, Caelystar, 17, demanded adults to step up in protecting children and young people from climate crisis.

Debate Like A Champ! Opposition #2: Society has to protect the children from tangible harm

According to Victor, 17, young people who participate in school strike movements are at high risk of being negatively misrepresented in media coverage which will invite more backlash toward young activists and reduce the impact of the movement.

Unity Chat with Farah Ann

In conjunction with the Merdeka month, @KitaConnect organised a youth-moderated discussion with Farah Ann to discover more about her career journey and what it takes to represent Malaysia on an international stage.

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