At the Youth Time Forum, I got to participate in a group activity where we concentrated on Inclusive growth, and our focus was people being able to have a voice. If you ever find yourself as a minority, immigrant, or part of a marginalised group, you understand the importance of having a voice. If you are unable to speak out for yourself, there is a risk of being misrepresented in the media, and other people keep on carrying negative stereotypes due to their ignorance or misinformation.
Some of our groups points of discussion included the following:
-Freedom of Speech
-Town hall meetings
-A diverse representation in the media space
Below is a summary of the discussion that our group had. Be a voice wherever you find yourself to speak up for yourself or for those who are not give a platform to speak.