Kectil Generation

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WHAT YOU ARE TOLD

Millennial or Gen Y

born between 1980 and 1994

Gen Z

born between 1995-2015

 

BUT WHAT GENERATION DO YOU WANT TO BE?

Imagine the KECTIL Generation….

 

We are youth not defined by the year we were born. We are defined by our focus on a future that demands our attention. We are the youth leaders of Developing Countries. Together as a global team we are called to change our communities for the better. And we have the strength to do it.

Positive.

  1. Positivity begins with ourselves. Self-confidence starts by finding our inner strength. This inner strength makes us ready to change the world around us.
  2. We train our minds by learning as much as possible about the world we live in. We read and study purposefully. We look at all angles and consider all views with respect. We absorb information and then check it for accuracy or bias.
  3. We are honest and reliable.
  4. We treat everyone with kindness and compassion, especially when we disagree.
  5. We are positive role models for both the old and the young.
  6. We each contribute our own special skills to the goal and look for others who can contribute as well. It is together that we form the necessary whole.
  7. We abide by the Kectil Code to equally respect everyone regardless of nationality, religion, culture, ethnicity or gender.
  8. We know we will be successful because we have to be. We will not settle for less.

 Change.

  1. We demand good honest government.
  2. We reject and expose corruption. Corruption has devastating effects on Youth and it has to stop.
  3. We, as Males being Promise Leaders and Females also doing their part, will support and encourage each other’s well-being through respect and encouragement.
  4. We fight for the improvement of our environment, from small tasks such as picking up garbage, to living a sustainable lifestyle to tackling large waste projects.
  5. We acknowledge the problem of overpopulation and disproportionate growth in developing countries, and we study its projected effects on our future.
  6. We innovate and create using the best of our talents to improve the quality of life.
  7. We strongly reject prejudices and hatred based on nationality, religion, culture, ethnicities, social position and gender, which have been imposed on us. We accept everyone and expect the same from them.
  8. We reach out to youth in other countries to create the global network for change. We commit to forming life-long unbreakable bonds. And we commit our support.

 

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