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Learning to keep safe: (From left) Myage members Naavish Nair, Syarifah, Arif Izzat and Balqis Azhar, together with Tadika Perpaduan Seri Pantai B teacher Sitti Aisah Abdul Hakim (second left), teaching kindergarten students how to wear their face masks the right way at PPR Seri Pantai. — RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Youth activists are showing that Malaysia’s young people are powerhouses in leading and advocating for positive changes in the country.

Syarifah Nur Anisah Syed Mohd Amin, from Malaysian Youth Advocates for Gender Equality (Myage), says these millennials play a huge role in bringing change to society, especially in fresh, innovative ways.

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