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Breaking The Silence On Rape Through Drama And Education

Breaking The Silence On Rape Through Drama And Education

 The power of film should not be underestimated in portraying sensitive issues. This was made evident after residents of Mwembeni Village in Pangani District watched the screening of a film on gang rape. The story line revolves around a young, ambitious business woman based in Dar es Salaam who returns to her home village to […]

Stimulating The Lives of Women and Children

Stimulating The Lives of Women and Children

Commenting on how she has been able impact positively on the lives of the less privileged in the state in the last one year, Hajiya Hadiza explained that “It has not been easy but it has been rewarding and satisfying. We have succeeded in touching the lives of so many people in so many areas […]

The Activist Becomes The Victim

The Activist Becomes The Victim

There are so many cases in the world that we fight for especially when it comes to Women. There are different activists in the field to help women through their battles. But, what happens when the table turns? What happens when the activist is being battered and doesn’t have the courage to speak up? What […]

The Case Study Of South Sudan : Sexual Violence On The Rise

The Case Study Of South Sudan : Sexual Violence On The Rise

UN human rights experts say women have suffered more violence than anyone else in South Sudan. The UN’s refugee agency also announced that there are now over one million South Sudanese refugees in neighboring countries. The UN refugee agency said on Friday, September 16, that the number of South Sudanese refugees sheltering in neighboring countries […]

When Society Forces Girls To Hate Their Bodies

When Society Forces Girls To Hate Their Bodies

In class, she sat quietly on the front row with two boys. She was not talkative and often kept to herself. The boys occasionally picked on her because she looked a little older than her age. One day, the teacher asked her to draw an illustration on the blackboard, and as she walked to the […]

No Home For Sexual Violators – Zainab Hawa Bangura

No Home For Sexual Violators – Zainab Hawa Bangura

Sexual violence against women in Africa has taken a new turn and there is serious eradication campaign going on. Africa has taken the bold step to support her women and fight against sexual violators. Recently,South Sudan vowed to fight against sexual violence and deal with every sexual violator in the country. Zainab Hawa Bangura, the […]

Draining Low-Income Schools

Draining Low-Income Schools

It’s bureaucratic jargon with a name seemingly calculated to cure insomnia. But a new analysis reveals that the real-life effect of those two words is shortchanging public-school students in poor neighborhoods nationwide by nearly $9 billion per year—the difference between the substandard education they’re getting now and the quality one enjoyed by their affluent peers. […]

Death At Night, The story Of Igbologun Community

Death At Night, The story Of Igbologun Community

“Emeka, who lives in Mama P compound in the community, also lost his wife along with a set of twins while Daramola lost his wife and is left to bring up their baby alone. What the three men have in common is that their wives fell into labour at night. Bolanle, David’s wife, 27, may […]

The Social Justice Teaching In Classrooms

The Social Justice Teaching In Classrooms

There are certainly so many events in the world, one would quite term as Mostly Unusual events. The shooting attempt made by young lads, the critical racial downturn, the abusive words made by some aspiring leaders makes us wonder what exactly to teach the next generation. In my opinion I think most of them have […]

Calif. Bureau of Children’s Justice Launches Five Investigations

Calif. Bureau of Children’s Justice Launches Five Investigations

More than a year after creating the Bureau of Children’s Justice, California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced five investigations across the state, including examining how counties report child abuse, excessive force at juvenile detention centers, the actions of school police and school discipline practices for special education students. At a press conference in February 2015 and in a […]