Generation Z: creative and committed, against the virus


Art has helped some youngsters overcome the confines of lockdown like Artjamila from Shah Alam, who has been creating works of art inspired by the battle against the Covid -19. — AFP

WITH their art, technology know-how, creative social networking skills or political commitment, post-millennials, known as Generation Z, have found their own ways to help others through the coronavirus lockdown.

From Colombia to Senegal, Malaysia to North Macedonia, AFP talked to a group of 15- to 24-year-olds, who put their energy and skills to use within their communities, contributing perhaps to shaping the post-virus world.

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