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I'm a Purple Peacer

Purple Peace is a youth group that I formed in 2008. Our aims are to raise awareness of global issues that we feel passionate about, especially amongst young people. It can be anything from poverty, to climate change, to human rights, to the environment, and anything we feel that should be voiced out.

When I first established Purple Peace, I was 15 years old, now in the blink of an eye, I'm 19. Just like me, most Purple Peace members are students around 15 to 21 years old. So we have a good understanding of what young people want and need. It's not just 'adults' who can change the world, but (as cheesy as this is going to sound) us, as young people, as the future generation should work hard to change the world, to change what we see and know is wrong, to change the world for the better, but not only for us, and also for the next generation.