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ComMutiny stands for the first 'mutiny' within as a young person that comes from working in communities that are ‘different' from oneself. It is symbolic of the fact, the social and systemic transformation cannot happen without personal transformation, which is best facilitated by continuous exploration, reflection, and navigating self and social challenges in relation to the real world. ComMutiny - The Youth Collective is working towards building vibrant eco-systems and youth-centric spaces which we call the 5th Space.

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