Post By @CubanWindow summary of the Original: Fifteen ways young people can (or want to) change their world / Susana Gómes Bugallo via Youth Rebels
“There is a group of young people who feel that their space of action is limited and that all they can do is question things.
They are more focused on the debate, what is happening and how much it impacts.
What they can do is related to debate with a lot of criticism, something that is good … although these concerns do not pass for themselves, but for what is outside, and do not worry about how much they can do to change that, but to recognize how much can others make that make decisions, as if we were not part of that other. “….continues below, following the comments of the young (1)
What do you do every day to change the world, society or your nearest environment?…… out into the streets, trying to get the young people involved in a dialogue …
(Melina Iturriaga, University student)
We are preparing to understand the country and be able to help it in the future.
First you have to understand the current problems, then project yourself into the future, because if you do not understand where you live, you can do nothing to change it.
That is why I am very interested in social problems, structure, power relations and how to contribute to a more democratic and participatory society in which social inclusion is even greater.
(Rocío Montes, student of History)
I think studying is a good way to change society, especially when we see the difficulties of training because, with the rise of self-employment, many people are leaving the university and opting for immediate work. The most important in this stage is the study and the professional improvement. I do this for myself and for my society. Because not only waiters are needed, but also philosophers and engineers are required.
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