Every day, we come across several individuals saying “Why should I vote?” and “My vote never counts”. Getting young people engaged in political and democratic discussions and discourses  is tough, but ensuring that these negative  perceptions about voting are addressed in time, is the first hurdle to cross. Read more…

 

Reference article: https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2017/may/17/how-can-schools-engage-young-people-in-democracy

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