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Learning to Understand Myself and Others

“What to do during the holiday?” Most of us will probably say, ‘rest, do nothing.’ Enjoying idle time would have also been my initial answer since I’ve been too busy doing office and

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New spring of Human Dignity Curriculum in Croatia

In the spring semester of the school year 2018/2019, the Human Dignity Curriculum (HDC) programme was conducted in primary schools in Croatia. We, the WYA Croatia Chapter members had the

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Key Tips for Life's Success

Dear self, I suppose you'll be a little impressed by how I look. What did you expect? It has been at least 60 years. 60 years of experiences, joys,

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Why I Chose WYA's Advocacy Internship as my First Career Move as a Lawyer

Last May 3, 2019, a lifelong dream became a reality as I found out that I was one of the 1,800 out of the 8,000 who passed the 2018 Philippine Bar Exams. I was finally a lawyer, and it was

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Fight Against Corruption: An Open Letter to my Countrymen

To you good Paraguayan people, who fought, who have fought and will continue to fight to accomplish a change in Paraguay. To you who are trying to

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Meet the WYA Warriors: The Summer Interns of Batch 2019 in New York!

As summertime arrives in New York City, World Youth Alliance welcomes the second batch of 2019 interns under the Global and North America program. From June 3rd to August 16th, 15 new interns from

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"Summer Paradise"

I was recently selected for the World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific (WYAAP) 2019 Summer Camp program. I was truly excited to visit the Philippines, a rapidly developing country in the South-east

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How WYA's mission to defend human dignity helped me forgive the boy who raped me

On March 18, 2016, I was drugged and raped by a boy my age. To this day I don’t know his name, I can’t even remember his face, which may be a good

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WYA Africa: Meet the Batch 2 2019 Interns

Milkah Ndung’u is a Kenyan, born and raised in Nairobi. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Communication from Tangaza University, The Catholic University of East Africa. She is passionate

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How WYA Encourages Future Young Leaders

Between the 22nd and 26th of May 2019, WYA Europe collaborated with WYA Portugal in organising an Erasmus + project called Young Leaders for Tomorrow where I participated as an intern in the

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