The world is a complicated place; full of challenges and difficulties. We often feel like we are ”trapped” , and that there is no way out. We feel like there are problems everywhere. But, it’s at those moments when we must be a leader. We must come out stronger, thriving. We must address and tackle those problems, because it’s only us who can make a change. Step by step, we will reach our goal together whether that is no world hunger, gender equality or climate action.
”How can this happen?” you may ask. A simple answer is at school. Schools have evolved to be centres of learning and society, centres of socialising and having fun. It’s at school where the greatest minds develop and cultivate. But wouldn’t it be great if we all had access to this degree of education? The sad truth is that even in our days, there are major education inequalities ranging from differences between public and private schools, difficulties with foreigners and refugees accessing a correct education, and those with learning disabilities being ”neglected”. This is exactly what I have identified as a leading problem in my community. Lack of education means lack of society, and so I think that it is vital for it to be tackled.
I feel extremely privileged to be in a position where the quality of my education is exceptional, but I know that isn’t the same everywhere and for everyone. That’s exactly why my passion is raising awareness for education inequality. My project is a life-long one, but for now collaborating and working with different organisations and charities like ”Make A Wish Foundation”, and posting articles on my blog and on my newspaper is what I am focused on.