Girls Power in the face of Climate Change

Posted Avatar Imen Al-Nighaoui , Human | Translator | Writer | Climate Activist | World Peace Advocate | World Citizen

Avatar Human | Translator | Writer | Climate Activist | World Peace Advocate | World Citizen
Imen Al-Nighaoui
Member since January 8, 2013
  • 62 Posts
  • Age 28

Mitigating Climate Change starts with an idea, an inspiration that can lead to new doors opening. All it takes to make progress in the fight against this apocalyptic change is to think outside the box. We have to be bolder, more determined and able to take the initiative. Climate change is affecting every aspect of our lives and if we do not step outside our limited space, we will lose it all. Immediate actions are needed. Taking action is not only the job of our governments but it is also our j...

Fight For Children's Rights

Posted no picture Jacqueline Mirabueno , Student

no picture Student
Jacqueline Mirabueno
Member since August 14, 2018
  • 1 Post

Children are the most vulnerable people in the world. They’re given much attention, but this isn’t enough to help them. We need to help fortify children’s rights because they deserve to be protected from war and violence, human trafficking, and because they deserve to receive education.Children should be protected from war and violence. Many innocent children are victims of it and some of them might not know what peace is, because they only know pain and terror. In the recent war in Syria, 7000...

Girl: a fighter, a survivor

Posted Avatar Vanshika Arora

Avatar Vanshika Arora
Member since September 30, 2018
  • 2 Posts
  • Age 18

You’re a girl, this is not your cup pf tea. You cannot beat so called powerful men, Don’t be late, don’t wear this it’s too short Behave in a sophisticated manner etc. etc. Being a girl you might have come across these useless phrases, or even more so-called ‘society pleasing’ conditional sentences. And if you’re not a girl then most of you might have used them to boast your power, to outshine your hierarchical dominance of being men who generally forget that they are brought into this world...

Things I like to remember

Posted no picture Brunella

no picture Brunella
Member since May 29, 2018
  • 1 Post
  • Age 16

There is a certain set of things I like to remember. Most of the quotes or ideas that I keep with me are collected in a note on my cell phone (modernity is amazing). Today, I want to share some of these with the world. These are things people I love or admire have written and said to me, or things I just randomly overheard and I thought were beautiful. Well, here they are:Said by a person I admire at 3 a.m. in the morning, while we were cleaning up the living room: "You know, Buddhism has this c...

A gadget is a small tool or electronic device which anyone can use, especially among this generation. Many students are interested in technologies because they help us in our lives to do things very easily and in less time. By using these gadgets, students can access a lot of information.Today, the world has a lot of technology compared to the past.So why should schools allow gadgets?Instant access to knowledge and multitude of resources. Students can find a lot of new ideas by expanding their c...

HIV Stigma in the Philippines

Posted no picture Nicko , Student

no picture Student
Member since August 14, 2018
  • 1 Post

Human Immunodeficiency Virus – HIV – is one of the deadliest viruses in the world. According to UNAIDS there were approximately 36.7 million people worldwide living with HIV/AIDS at the end of 2016. Of these, 2.1 million were children below the age of 15. An estimated 1.8 million individuals worldwide became newly infected with HIV in 2016 – about 5,000 new infections per day. In the Asia-Pacific Region, the Philippines has the fastest growing HIV epidemic. There are a lot of misconceptions abou...

Does Age Define Our Voices?

Posted no picture Ysabelle Broderson , Student, DeBakey High School for Health Professions

no picture Student, DeBakey High School for Health Professions
Ysabelle Broderson
Member since October 4, 2018
  • 1 Post

Does your appearance define your intelligence?Does your naivety define your experiences?Does your youth define your voice? These are questions I constantly ask myself as I consider the permanent presence of a stereotypical distinction that hurts the young people of our world. Our age and overall minuscule amount of “real world” responsibilities affect how we are perceived by older generations. Even though it may be infrequent, our opinions are questioned by those who are deemed to be more knowl...

About being fair.

Posted Avatar Inayah Salsabil , Student

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Inayah Salsabil
Member since December 29, 2015
  • 1 Post
  • Age 18

We are all human and humans will always make mistakes. Even when you are in a very high position. Even when you are trusted to control something as huge as a country. You see, you'll never have the ability to never make a mistake. We all will never have the ability to never make a mistake.So now that you and I know the truth, don't you ever put yourself in that safe zone and pretend like you have no fault. Like you are free from any sin. It's unfair to act like that. You are betraying humanity...

What is my purpose in this world?

Posted Avatar Aeroooooonn , Student

Avatar Student
Member since October 12, 2018
  • 1 Post
  • Age 15

What is my purpose in this world? To fit in or stand out? That's what I need to find out. What does society tell me? Does it really matter? That's what I'm worried about. People around me Are murmuring, whispering, Expecting something from me. Monsters in my head Over thinking, While I'm sleeping In my bed. Just yesterday Gazing at my image in the mirror I see my past, my dreams and aspirations And compare it with the Present me. Same face, Same smile, Same everything. Bu...

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