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Mindfulness for Kids

Mindfulness for Kids

Mental health conditions are common worldwide, the World Health Organization says one in four people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. It is therefore important that we take care of our mental wellbeing as it affects every aspect of our...

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The Beginners Guide to Gender Equality

The Beginners Guide to Gender Equality

By Mangaliso Ngomane When this all blows over you will have picked up a host of new habits if you have been following QRATE on Social Media and the recent #TogetherAtHome campaign, you'll definitely gain some new skills.  Today let's talk a bit about equality. What is equality? Equality is...

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Climate Change

Climate Change

The single resource that is aiding your life is being brutally damaged. Your dreams, aspiration, and ambitions are at stake. Your future is being deeply compromised. Why? The climate is changing- dramatically. Humans are filling the earth with a MASSIVE amount of Greenhouse Gases. These are...

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Youth Power

Youth Power

By Raeesah Noor-Mahomed There is no experience that can be equated to standing in a crowd, screaming at the top of your lungs and collectively marching for a cause. United in anger at the injustice you are facing. Calling for a change. Womxn have faced oppression from men for hundreds of...

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Menstruation

Menstruation

By Janet Gilman We mostly hear myths about menstruation as South Africans. And often, these myths lead to young women to feeling embarrassed and outcasted for experiencing something that happens to them every month. My experiences about menstruation were that I can't cook for my dad or any male...

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Masculinity 4 Kids

Masculinity 4 Kids

Son: “Daddy, what does it mean to be a man?” Father: “Nothing son, absolutely nothing.”  Food for Thought: What do boys in South Africa think about being boys today? What do they imagine is expected of them? Whom do they look up to and how are they navigating the transition from being boys to...

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