Thinking about Emma Gonzales and many other youth activists, like Greta Thunberg, Yara Shahidi and Marley Diaz, the phrase “Children and youth are the future” starts to become more credible than ever.
Have you ever felt that you might not be good enough for the position you’ve found yourself in? This phenomenon is called the imposter syndrome and it haunts individuals at all levels.
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750 million people in the world are impacted by illiteracy. I’m on a mission to raise awareness about illiteracy and make a difference.
The importance of advocacy and leadership cannot be overstated. Speaking on behalf of others is vital to bring about positive change.
With young leaders like Greta Thunberg and Malala Yousafzai taking to the world stage, we can see the power and potential in developing the leadership and advocacy skills of the global citizens who want to do no less than changing the world.
Vital stats about illiteracy and what you can do to help. Most of the facts will shock you and make you think about something which you might take for granted – the ability to read and write.
The World Literacy Foundation believes the power for long-term change lies in the hands of our youth and they are committed to elevating young leaders for positive change.
We bring together individuals from all over the world to be WLF ambassadors to advocate for literacy in their local community.
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