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How do the Young and Restless participate in Positive Political Discourse

Gurmehar Kaur, a young budding social and political activist and author of two books. Her video “Pakistan didn’t kill my father, the war did” vent viral and she received abundance of (both) love and hate for her magnetic stand. She was also a subject of the nation’s scrutiny when she raised her voice against the violence on students of Ramjas College. She then went on to write her first book “Small Acts of Freedom” which was appreciated globally. Gurmehar recently launched her second book “The Young and the Restless” where she follows the journeys of eight youth leaders, their aspirations for the country’s youth, their aspirations for themselves and, most importantly, their aspirations for the nation.

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