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Teens speak!

If children could grow up without the fear of abuse
KUALA LUMPUR, 15 December 2010 – “Can you imagine not being counted? To be hurt, beaten, raped, ignored, yelled at... day after and yet no one seems to care or at the least know about it.“

My planet earth
GEORGETOWN, September 2008 - In celebration of International Literacy Day 2008, UNICEF is proud to share the words and hopes of 9-year old Malaysian Shanelle Alayna.

Children learn what they live
KUALA LUMPUR - ARTICLE 29 of the Convention on The Rights of the Child (CRC) states that education should develop the child’s personality and abilities to the fullest.

A Big Death of a small girl
KUALA LUMPUR, 3 October 2007 – When eight year-old Nurin Jazlin was abducted on 22 August, she was on her way to the night market which was close to her house. Her story rocked the Malaysian public and I, like many others, was shocked.

Teamwork will do the trick
KUALA LUMPUR, 10 July 2007 – “Bullying has been a really popular topic to talk about in my recent years in school. I believe this is because bullying is happening all the time, in schools and outside schools! And the newspapers are reporting about it.

Working together to overcome HIV/AIDS
KUALA LUMPUR, 2 February 2006 – “Everyday I wake up and I look around me. I am on my soft bed surrounded by four beautifully painted peach walls, with a roof over my head."

Helping us live in a world free of AIDS and HIV
KUALA LUMPUR, 25 November 2005 – “On the 12th of November 2005, twenty young people including myself joined 3R TV Hosts in a very insightful discussion on issues that young people in Malaysia face everyday regarding HIV and AIDS.”

Speaking up on issues that matter to youth
KUALA LUMPUR, 17 April 2005 – Brought up with the idea of “adults command, children listen”, I was beyond excited to be at a place where young people’s views would be heard and taken seriously.

 

 

 

 

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