This week College of Youth Activism and Development organised a wonderful workshop on exploring self, multi multiculturalism, social inclusion and creative expression. This training helped youth to understand the essence of cultural diversity and social harmony. The training mainly resolved contrasting and linear perspectives on gender, racial, ethnic, religious and sectarian issues that are politically projected to segregate people. It concluded on how to use nonviolent communication and empathy for socially and politically weak entities. Youth provided platform and opportunity to develop critical thinking and practice creative ways to understand and express using their own imaginations, valuing their experiences and produce their own narrative through creative expression.