Are you a youth who wants to change the world? Are you an adult who wants to engage youth in social change? Since 2001, Freechild Institute has been training youth and adults who want to make a difference. Here are the 4 elements we’ve found that youth need for social change!
The four elements youth need for social change include traits, which are the characteristics of individuals; skills, which are the concrete, actionable abilities in specific and general areas; knowledge, which is the learned information applicable in specific and general ways, and; action, which are the practical ways young people can do things they learned and skills they’ve developed.
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