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An unusual path to empowerment

Tar

Chiang Mai, Thailand

“Now in my life it’s the women who have the power”

My name is Tar, I am 27 and I was born outside of Chiang Mai city. 1,542 more words

Gender Equality

Time Alone heals no wounds!


Time alone doesn’t heal any wound! It takes active participation in things that bring positivity(a mood/space beyond the hurt) & an appreciation of those ‘activities’ as what they are and what they are worth to you as a person who needs healing. 726 more words

@jay_maveneka

How my toddler made me cry

My two-year-old daughter made me cry the other night.

It came as a bit of a surprise, because I’m not really that emotional a person. Over the years I’ve built up a thick skin – it’s the only way to survive being a square peg in a world of round holes. 1,186 more words

Parenting

Canada's National Child Day

Monday, November 20th is Canada’s National Child Day – a time to remember the adoption of the Declaration of the Rights of the Child (1959) and United Nations Convention on the Rights of The Child (1989), which spell out the basic human rights to which children everywhere are entitled. 186 more words

Preschooler

Supporting School Readiness Skills Begins in Infancy

What is school readiness for babies? Is it like skills for preschoolers? Yes and no. Yes, babies are developing and learning in the same domains (cognitive, language, social and emotional, etc.) that preschoolers need to be ready for school. 523 more words

Cognitive Development

1 November 2017 - Dlamini in Parliament

Social Development Minister eventually appears before a parliamentary committee to discuss the current SASSA debacle

Cartoon

Rugby Tackles Gender Inequality

Khelo Rugby’s new Project Manager writes about her experiences in organising our Day of the Girl Tournament and how gender inclusion is an important part of combatting gender inequality.  1,170 more words

Khelo Coaching