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THE BEACON OF HOPE

Regular jailings, false accusations, illegal dealings and being discriminated, No,i am not making a list of the worst crimes in the world,i am in actuality listing the daily atrocities faced by the Charranager community. You may say how is this possible, Khanyi? Well this is only possible because of the false which has been put […]

SAVE THE CHILDREN

Today it was amazing and a special day for South African we celebrating Nelson Mandela’s born day and 67 years of injustice. South African make this day unique and great, each individual has a power to transform the world and have the ability to impact. This year was blissful and amazing. I shared this special […]

A CHANGED PERSPECTIVE OF NELSON MANDELA

Imprisoned, taken away from your wife, separated from your children, tortured and discriminated only because of your skin colour and desire to see a South Africa which is free from the shackles of bond age. this in short summarizes the effects of the cruel apartheid regime in the life of the the late Nelson Rolihlahla […]

NELSON MANDELA – 67 minutes of giving

Yesterday- 18:07:2019- we celebrated Nelson Mandela day and offered our 67 minutes to a government Indian school- ..it was so fantastic to be around the children. The 67 minutes was putting our time into doing good for people and showing respect. Nelson Mandela fought for political justice for South Africa and that is the reason […]

Embodying Mandela

In South Africa, July 18th is known as Nelson Mandela day in which people are encouraged to celebrate his legacy by spending 67 minutes doing some kind of service to the community! Today we decided to celebrate Mandela’s life by visiting a local school! We provided the students with fruits and other school supplies but […]

Sauhard and Youth Citizenship

Sauhard believes in sensitizing and enabling the youth to voice their opinions, ideas, concerns and views over social and political issues through creative media. As such, they were a natural partner for this year’s theme of Youth Citizenship. With mediums like theatre, comics, movies and documentaries, exposure trips, and workshops, Leadership Collective learners have been […]

Building Islands of Inclusiveness

Mental Health and Kindness Pebbles

If I could describe today’s session with just one word it would be EMOTIONAL! But I have to reach a certain word count in order for this to be a proper blog so I suppose I should elaborate a little. Today’s session was about mental health and its first half was concentrating on how people […]

ADVENTURES IN AHMEDABAD: BORN A CRIMINAL

ATISH: HELLO POLICE COULD I PLEASE GET A POLICE VAN TO COME DOWN AND ASSIST!!! 112 DISPATCHER : WELL SIR COULD YOU PLEASE REMAIN CALM AND TELL ME WHAT IS HAPPENING. ATISH: I AM IN THE CHARRANAGER COMMUNITY AND WE HAVE JUST BEEN ATTACKED BY OVER 500 POLICEMEN AND , MANY PEOPLE ARE HURT AND […]

Re-united once again

After six days of being separated from the rest of the team, my group of thirteen moved back to the President hotel this morning to join the other two groups. Last week we were separated and sent off on individual adventures. Each day, each team had learnt about something new and different. I personally thought […]