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If she were asked, “Why are you becoming a youth activist?” or “Why is the issue you have chosen to focus on human rights, especially women’s rights?” Her answer would be: “I have no reason not to.” It’s that simple.
The fight for human rights, particularly women’s rights, is the issue She has been working on for the last four years with friends at the couple Foundations.
Through the media her publish, speaking directly she was campaign, she’s trying to encourage young people to make changes especially to alter people’s perspective on women.
Her involvement with the foundation all started from her own experience when she was a little. She was raised by a single mother, after her mom divorced her father when she was two years old.
She often saw her mom being discriminated against, only because of her mom’s status as a single mother. It has also affected her school life. Her peers often bully her, because she doesn’t have a father. In sixth grade she decided to quit school and switched to home schooling instead.
All those experiences lead her to question women’s position in society. Why do people often put the blame on women when a divorce happens? Why do divorced women always have a bad image in society, but divorced women do not?
That is why, when she had the chance to join the Young Women’s Foundation, that publishes the journal, She doesn’t think twice before making up her mind.
In the foundation she can continue seeking answers for her questions, while trying to make a difference through her activities.
Don’t take her wrong, She doesn’t want to motivate you to follow in her steps, because she believe you all must have different life experiences than mine. She believe however that your life experiences must leave you with questions. She only want to encourage you all to never stop seeking answers for those questions, because she believe it will lead you to make a difference, at least within us.
So no matter what you are fighting for, you must find your way to make it happen. As her idol the late poet WS Rendra once said “struggle is the implementation of words.”