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27 05, 2020

 Using Digital Activism and Social Awareness to Resolve Border Disputes By Abhishek Jha

Letter from the Front: Youths Creating Action for Peaceful Borders  Using Digital Activism and Social Awareness to Resolve Border Disputes By Abhishek Jha The atrocious nature of the establishment of the Israeli state in 1948 earned the event the label of ‘Nakba’ or catastrophe from the Palestinians. It marked the beginning of a deep-running ethnic divide that has materialized in the form of a violent border dispute over the decades. Repeated conflicts between the two sides have dashed hopes of a peaceful resolution of the issue. Failed reconciliation efforts marred by bloody violence has caused an ever-increasing rift between people residing in those regions. The increasingly apparent failure of the violent ways of the older generations, however, has prompted the search for an alternative solution. Youths from both sides of the border have launched initiatives, especially on social media, to seek the obstacles in ensuring a peaceful co-existence between the Israelis and Palestinians. Such initiatives have highlighted the isolation from other cultures as a major aggravator of the impact of contentious border issues around the globe. Youths internationally are playing

27 05, 2020

A nation without Border By Adity Shah

A nation without Border By Adity Shah A nation without border is like a house without walls it collapses and that is what going to happen if Nepalese government and the locals do not unite together getting ash trayed of the thought of being Pahades and Madhesis instead as a bunch of flowers representing a wholesome Nepalese unity. Youths are not the source of problems they are the resources needed. Youths are not expenses; They are investments. Youths are not just young people They are people and citizens of the country. Nepal is a small country in terms of power, especially when we're surrounded by two powerful nations in the world: India and China. Back in the Sugauli Treaty, Nepal was tricked into handing over its major parts to India and China. In regards to the two beautiful places of the Nepalese territory, Limpuyadhura and Lipulekh which lie in the far-west region of Nepal; especially when the entire world is going through a pandemic situation to fight COVID-19 how shameful was it of India to have completed the construction work

27 05, 2020

Letter from the Front: Youths creating action for peaceful borders By Jebish Prajapati

  Letter from the Front: Youths creating action for peaceful borders By Jebish Prajapati One of the fondest memories of school life used to be belting out our national anthem with immense passion and enthusiasm. Every citizen has a sense of pride in their motherland. Love for one’s motherland is one of the most powerful and uplifting feelings. But what sort of action would you take against someone opposing your motherland? The recent actions of our neighbor India may bring some light and justification to this afro mentioned question. The whole world is going through the darkest of times due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Nepal too has been deeply affected by this pandemic with rapid increase in number of positive cases with every passing day. Now to add further misery and pain, these recent encroachments of our land by the Indian government can be deemed both cruel and inhumane in equal measure. But the sad part is that India itself has been even more affected by this Covid-19 pandemic with over three thousand deaths. And rather than focusing on controlling

27 05, 2020

Letter from the front: Not by gun we revolt: Youth creating action for peaceful borders – By Yagyadi Acharya

Letter from the front: Not by gun we revolt: Youth creating action for peaceful borders - By Yagyadi Acharya The buzz of nationalism and patriotism is on a rise once more as Indian government inaugurated a road in our disputed area of Kalapani. Time and again Nepal has been a victim of big brother attitude of India which has been unacceptable to citizens mainly youths of the Himalayan nation. Backed by a history and identity of brave Gorkhali Nepalese youths have time and again revolted from streets to social media to ensure national integrity and border security of its motherland. Time and again we have been a victim of segregation and have been disconnected due to ethnicity, religion, geography political ideology In such circumstances a stab on national integrity by a foreign force is also an opportunity to strengthen our national unity and connection. Protection of national interest against foreign force has been an old subject but changing paradigm shifts manifest it in different feature and character. Whether it be the Ranas, King or the political leaders all have one

16 02, 2020

International Condom Day 2020

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23 08, 2019

International Youth Day 2019

Today the world is younger than it has ever been. We have around 1.8 billion young people aged between, 12 to 24 and it’s the largest youth group the world has ever seen. Today’s youths are tomorrow’s leaders and their leadership and participation is extremely important to create positive change in this world. Realizing the importance of young people, United Nations passed a revolution in 1999 to mark August 12 as an International Youth Day. The themes of International Youth Days are connected with UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Each year this day is celebrated as a small step towards adhering the SDGs. Similarly, this year the theme intends in making education more inclusive and accessible to all youths, a step towards adhering Goal number 4: Quality Education, which focuses on ensuring quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities to all. International Youth Day 2019: Transforming education: “With guns you can kill terrorists, with education you can kill terrorism”, Malala Yousafzai, Nobel Prize winner 2014 There is no doubt that education is key and the basis of all other development.

5 07, 2019

Girl Power

Girl Power is officially guided and funded by World Democracy Network and is a six month long fellowship program where 15 young girls of diverse educational and professional back ground but with similar agendas come together to create a whirlpool of positive changes in their community through team work, mentor-ship and leadership enhancement. Through this project young girls are oriented and make them known to myriad topics of power and politics, good governance and youth entrepreneurship. Based on their learning these young change-makers will carry out a project of their own to start a ripple effect of positive change in their lives, on their friend's and families lives and ultimately their whole community. "Leading is not going out front and hoarding opportunities for yourself, it is about team effort". "We will grow together, inspire each other, refine one another and lead for good, starting from right here and right now". Women's Day 2019 #Balanceforbetter Give skill in the hands of women and they will win the whole

21 09, 2018

Let’s Light Hope for Peace

On the ocassion of International Peace Day, September 21, 2018 'We' for Change in support of Peace First, Boston organized a flying lantern festival named 'Lets Light Hope for Peace' adressing this year's theme 'The Right to Peace'.  During this event 200+ youths participated at UN Park Nepal to spread a positive and hopeful message of peace for a better and stable Nepal. "Peace is not that far, just stretch out your hands and find someone else's there; work hand in hand and there you will find the long sought out Peace"