"I grew up surrounded by political activism because my mother and her partner are both environmental activists. My mother's partner was also the one who convinced me to participate in the Horyzon project "Paza la Paz". Since then, I have been able to develop in different areas: I have improved my communication skills, overcome my stage fright, become a member of the community youth platform, an activist in an environmental committee and a founder of a women's group. For me, the project is more than just a means of social change, because it is the only way for young people here to have a political say. Thanks to "Paza la Paz" I feel more secure about my future. I have acquired the necessary knowledge to make meaningful decisions and am bursting with ideas for change. Because my country needs more than change, it needs transformation."