Video votes: The Malaysia we want

Young people spoke about their vision for a more inclusive Malaysia during the Malaysia NHDR Challenge, in conjunction with the AIESEC YEA Summit on 31 May 2014 at Taylor's University Lakeside Campus.

Youths were asked whether they feel included in Malaysia's growth and development, what they feel are the most important issues that need to be addressed, and what they can do, as young people, to help Malaysia be better.

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It is essential that Malaysia continues to prioritise inclusive growth and social cohesion, and moves forward with the second generation policies that are needed to support this.
-Frances Stewart