Afghan youth in Toronto are ready to make their voices heard:Civic literacy can create change, writes Khalidha Nasiri

Khalidha Nasiri is executive director of the Afghan Youth Engagement and Development Initiative.

On March 2, the Afghan Youth Engagement and Development Initiative (AYEDI) held our first ever Afghan-Canadian Youth Community Impact Conference in Toronto.

This was a space where young Afghan-Canadians, from as young as 15 years old and as old as

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