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Digi’s Digital City exhibit at Petrosains aims to educate children and their parents on how to avoid online dangers.
On top of giving our participants mad skills in journalism, the BRATs young journalist programme also helped strengthen some sibling bonds. #Win
Unicef will be running a series of public town hall events across the country, where parents and teenagers can learn more about child sexual grooming.
Former BRAT Debrina Aliyah shares her experiences as fashion editor of T Qatar, and how BRATs played a role in her career.
R.AGE speaks to the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General on Violence against Children.
The first BRATs Camp of 2017 is coming to Pahang!
Young HIV-positive Malaysians are being fired from jobs and kicked out of school due to their status – but that shouldn’t be the case.
R.AGE journalist Clarissa Say tells us how BRATs was the stepping stone to her career in journalism.
Raviraj Sawlani, founder of non-profit initiative Project TRY, is changing the lives of underprivileged youths on Pulau Mabul.
BRATs 2017 is here, and we’re taking things to new heights – literally.
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