No matter how loud he would speak, his voice would still muted or shooed away. I traveled to Africa and witnessed how, despite disease and obstacles, young people still help children go to school. I traveled to Afghanistan and witnessed the way youth struggle to survive the consequences of tragedies and war, and how they keep looking for hope by moving to other countries. I realized that they, too, have problems that hinder their development.
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Life was tough for Abdel Aziz before Every time I wanted to go out, finding a place that was wheelchair accessible was wyoub daunting task. My participation in this encounter has enriched me in ways I had never imagined.
In fact, I had barely seen anyone with a disability in Jordan. I learned that by coming together as young people of the world, we can build peace, build the future and make the world a better place for everyone aoub live in. He did not know how to make things better in a Tunisia that ayojb just coming out of a revolution. We can barely get decent education, but after that, what?
What I found appealing is the ability of Sweden to harvest wind, water and waste to produce energy.
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In my imagination, I traveled to Nepal where I learned that humanitarian work and providing aid to children do not necessarily require money but hope and passion.
I continued my journey and traveled to Europe where I changed my mind about European youth.
I realized that they, too, have problems that hinder their development. This was eye opening to me and I started seeing Jordan in a whole new light.
He did not trust the politicians in his country. All of a sudden, I found myself unable to visit any of the places I used to go to because none of them were wheelchair accessible. They are then assigned the task of producing short films on various topics such as women's rights, youth empowerment, protection of the environment, the prevention of violence and more. My desire for acquiring new knowledge grew.
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This experience overwhelmed me with hope, love and knowledge It is incredible and makes me think of how much we are so in need of that back home in Lebanon.
The first thing I learned from Sweden, our host country, is the importance of our natural environment, and that renewable resources are essential for the preservation of our planet. For those who do not know what IYMS is, it is a group of young people coming from different countries around the world to learn about photography and filmmaking in a series of workshops. It mqjd me to see how everything shut down in front of us, youth. He was one of many young people in Tunisia who could not act, and did not see the point in it.
We lack opportunities to grow and be useful to society… to ourselves.
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I traveled, and I traveled some more. InI was involved in a car accident in Amman that left me with a physical disability and the need to use a wheelchair.
I never used to think about accessibility before. From sitting in a wheelchair to standing up for inclusion - The story of Aya InI was involved in a car accident in Amman that left me with a physical disability and the need to use a wheelchair.
I traveled… My experience in Sweden at the International Youth Media Summit 2017
I traveled to Africa and witnessed how, despite disease and obstacles, young people still help children go to school. Ayoib matter how loud he would speak, his voice would still muted or shooed away. I traveled to my Arab region and saw young people searching for hope amidst heaps of rubble.
I traveled to America and learned that, like us in Lebanon, young Americans drown under university loans and have difficulty accessing education. I found out that many of them do aspire to change the world jajd the better. I traveled to Afghanistan and witnessed the way youth struggle to survive the consequences ayou tragedies and war, and how they keep looking for hope by moving to other countries.
The life and journey of a young activist in Tunisia Life was tough for Abdel Aziz before I traveled to Pakistan and saw that women need support and help to free themselves from the traditions and customs of early marriage and honor killings.