By ROSHAN THIRAN
As leaders, as Malaysian citizens, we all have a duty to invest in our collective future. Today, we hold it in our hands, and it is the decisions we make today that will affect our nation’s future for better or for worse.
By ETHAN GANES
A few years ago, I got involved with Leaderonomics’ Youth Leadership camps and programmes as a facilitator. Through the activities that are carried out, the majority of the learning is experiential, meaning we teach through hands-on exposure.
By NATASHA SIN
College can get overwhelming. You’re chasing deadlines, striving to do your best in all your subjects, juggling between extracurricular activities and a part-time job while making time for your friends and family — all at the same time. You can’t rest on your laurels either, no thanks to your parents’...
By GURPREET SINGH
I have had – over the last year and a half – the privilege of embarking on just that mission with the youth, removed from the conventional knowledge-based education approach towards a more foundational, human-centric, character building approach, that places greater focus on what makes us unique as people.
By WONG EE LING
DIODE Youth Leadership Camp: a total of 44 campers – 15 of them were sponsored campers from the Malaysian Social Research Institute refugee school. So, what happens when Malaysian students come together with students from India, Afghanistan, Yemen, Iran, Somalia, and Egypt? They form a very beautiful and unique camp...
By MWAFFAQ ALHAJJAR
Leaders are not always born! They can be made! That was my first thought after coming back from the DIODE Youth Leadership Camp. It all started when I was appointed to accompany a group of refugee students to a leadership camp, from the school I had been working in since late 2017.
By VICTORIA LOW XIN WEI
In your journey through life, there will surely be at least one person who inspires you a lot. It could be your parents, teachers, friends, or sometimes your favourite singer or movie character.