Black squares. Hashtags. Callouts. Anyone with an active social media presence would have noticed the growing frequency and intensity of social justice and activism-related content in the virtual community over the last decade. If you’ve been a long-term devotee to a cause struggling to work its way into mainstream discussion, you might feel vindicated to see it suddenly in the spotlight. But you also might be wondering how much is for show and how much shows a lasting commitment to advancing its goals where it matters. And how you can tell the difference.
Climate change not only has adverse environmental consequences but also has harmful effects on the economic and social well-being of a nation.
A little over a month ago, I noticed a blimp of love while scrolling though my typically gloom and doom social media profile. This blimp was made of tiny digital pixels that amounted into a heartwarming true story shared by the Typical Sri Lankans initiative. This true story was one that gives you renewed hope…
Back in Feb 2020, a video of a sobbing boy went viral. Quades Baylis, an aboriginal Australian, was seen in a video being bullied at school for his dwarfism. The video hit hard and touched millions of hearts around the world. Soon, it turned into a movement against, “Bullying.” From countless other incidents, one such…
The Brexit – COVID 19 phenomenon has generated a compound attack on the rights of Britain’s youth workers; one that is inadequately guarded by government policy.
Pakistan is the fifth largest young nation with 64% people below the age of 29, according to a report by the United Nations Population Fund report. With many young Pakistanis facing the challenges of unemployment and exclusion from leadership positions, some of them through their spirit, vigor, and passion to serve, are showing their ability…
Arafat Bwambale leads a group of young volunteers to deliver medications to vulnerable communities in Uganda during COVID-19 pandemic.
International day of peace works to promote peace in the world. These are how we are failing and how we might be able to work more towards it.
Systemic racism plagues the foundation of the United States both quietly and vocally. Unfortunately, the current sociopolitical climate houses a welcome narrative of vocally expressing these racist ideologies. Over the last four years there has been an increase in racially based hate groups by 55%, fueling the fire of hatred and violence towards targeted groups….
The importance of kindness in achieving the sustainable development goals through the UNESCO-MGIEP #KindnessMatters campaign.