The young speak up at forum

IT was the first formal gathering of moderates since a moderation campaign was recently launched by The Star and those present made their voices heard loud and clear.

Topics on racial, religious and national unity were discussed passionately but in a calm and rational manner at the National Unity Forum themed “Strengthening the Voices of Moderates, Moving Forward Together” on Thursday. But what came as a breath of fresh air was the voices of the young, from a segment in the forum titled “Next Generation Leadership – Perspective on Unity from the Younger Generation”.

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