Jakarta Butuh Revolusi Budaya!

2008 Young Changemakers Initiative

Posted on: February 18, 2009

It’s a bless that JBRB has been awarded “2008 Young Changemakers Initiative” by Ashoka Indonesia. I hope this achievement will make us stronger.

This is not the end. This is a start.

I thank everyone out there who has been supporting our movement and never given up hope. Let’s build this city together because we believe that Jakarta deserves a second chance.


4 Responses to "2008 Young Changemakers Initiative"

Congratulation !!
I always pray for JBRB … agar bisa sukses selalu ­čśë

IÔÇÖve heard about this initiative quite a while ago, I think it was near its inception. I believe that JBRB has the potential to make great changes in Jakarta, which is essentially the backbone of Indonesia. Revolution is the ultimate vehicle of change, and a cultural revolution is the roots of a greater systemic change. Well done to JBRB. Cheers,

Please visit my blog: thejakartajourno.wordpress.com

Congratulations. ­čÖé

We congratulate you on this well deserved award. Well done, and keep up the great work!

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