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A family of BRATs

On top of giving our participants mad skills in journalism, the BRATs young journalist programme also helped strengthen some sibling bonds. #Win

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Learning about grooming

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.

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Journalist on the runway

Former BRAT Debrina Aliyah shares her experiences as fashion editor of T Qatar, and how BRATs played a role in her career.

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UN-ited in ending child sexual crimes

R.AGE speaks to the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General on Violence against Children.

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BRATs to invade Genting

The first BRATs Camp of 2017 is coming to Pahang!

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HIV-positive discrimination

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.

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Storytelling for a living

R.AGE journalist Clarissa Say tells us how BRATs was the stepping stone to her career in journalism.

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TRY-ing to make a difference

Raviraj Sawlani, founder of non-profit initiative Project TRY, is changing the lives of underprivileged youths on Pulau Mabul.

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First stop, Genting!

BRATs 2017 is here, and we’re taking things to new heights – literally.

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Responsible adulting

Chinese New Year is the season of family, togetherness and stepping up, says our columnist.

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