The Youth Aspiration Manifesto Survey
Jason Wee, Co-Founder, Architects of Diversity Malaysia
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The Youth Aspiration Manifesto Survey was initiated to uncover youth opinions on issues such as employment, housing, education, wealth distribution, healthcare, environment, representation, and law and order. The survey was done as part of the #Undi100Peratus campaign that was launched earlier this month, that aspires to achieve 100% youth voter turnout in elections and ensure youth voices are heard by political parties. The campaign is a joint collaboration led by Undi18, UndiNegaraku and Architects of Diversity Malaysia (AOD) and we speak to Jason Wee, the Co-Founder of Architects of Diversity Malaysia, to tell us more about the findings of the survey, which among others, include three-quarters (75%) of Malaysian youth being concerned about climate change in Malaysia, with the majority supporting decreasing infrastructure development and greater punishment for illegal logging.
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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