Saturday, 11 January 2014
Summarize the methods and aims of youth activism in post-war Singapore By: Sherman
Youth activism is work by students to cause political, environmental, economic or social change. Although often focused on schools, curriculum and education funding. Student groups have influenced greater political events. In the past, students went to school at night with the help of itinerant hawkers. Students which came from good schools were tasked to teach those who could not afford school fees. Adults also came to attend these classes to learn how to read and write. This student movement had raised the importance of independence and the ties with people of Malaya.