All posts tagged with: DEBATE

Liberalism in conservative countries: the two sides of the argument

Posted August 12, 2014 no picture GHEBOULI Zinelabidine

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It's been a while, I didn't post a new essay for some personal reasons but they're over now and that gives me to chance to write about a very sensitive issue. As I believe, every one is free to live his life as he wants. We were born free and no body has the right to take this freedom away from us, no body! Of course, we're free to do what ever we want unless we hurt people by our actions, and as they say: " Your personal freedom stops right here where freedom of others begins...


We can eradicate extreme poverty and hunger

Posted January 8, 2014 no picture Kuda Munyemba

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Hi, my name is Kudakwashe Munyemba, aged 21 and currently studying social work at Bindura University of Science Education, in Zimbabwe. It is my deepest thought that many young people, particularly in Africa, are living in extreme poverty and hunger. I know many of these young people have the full potential to live a better life. The young adults need to led and encouraged to use use their inner capacity to ensure their well being. Youth should be encouraged to work diligently to ensure that the...


Six vibrant Young Reporters Cover ICASA 2013 in South Africa.

Posted December 9, 2013 Avatar Brighton Kaoma

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Member since December 3, 2013
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Young people remain at the centre of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in terms of rates of infection, vulnerability, impact, and potential for change. They have grown up in a world changed by AIDS but many still lack comprehensive and correct knowledge about how to prevent HIV infection. This situation persists even though the world has agreed that young people have the human right to education, information and services that could protect them from harm. Young people are disproportionatel...