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Zimbabwe and Human-Rights

Posted December 2, 2014 no picture MattChi

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Zimbabwe and the LGBT community. The Zimbabwean government needs to address, and solve, the issues affecting the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community. These issues have been marred with contempt and neglect, particularly from our political leadership. As a nation, we have defined gender in such a narrow manner and this has given the individuals who do not consider themselves to be either male or female a lesser chance of truly expressing their individual i...


ANOTHER VIEW TO EDUCATION

Posted November 7, 2014 Avatar Tinashe Chimuriwo

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As a young person I see it as my responsibility to ensure that children and the youth are educated. Education is power as it is said, and it is a right of every child. My view, however, is that there is still a gap yet to be covered in education systems currently in place in many nations. I can point to the system here in Zimbabwe. The system is more focused on academically inclined children yet not all children are academically gifted and not all students will end up in universities and colleg...


Voices of Youth Inspire! "We are never leaders of tomorrow, but of today."

Posted June 11, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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Your name: Courage Nyamhunga Your age: 23 Where are you originally from and where do you currently live? I come from Zimbabwe and I live in Harare which is the capital city. According your business card – what is your job title? I am a Child Protection Advocate. And how does that compare with what you wanted to do when you were 10 years old? When I was ten I always wanted to be a lawyer. My father always inspired me, but here I am working...


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...


The First 2014 OneMinutesJr!

Posted January 1, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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Happy New Year VOY! We have this year's first OneMinutesJr! Many of you told us about your year in review, how it ROCKED, and lessons we learned and could take with us in the future. Some of you even told us your goals for 2014. Keeping along with the theme of the New Year, goals, and looking forward- we bring you this OMJ! In his OneMinutesJr. video, 17 year old Fortune Makoni from Zimbabwe, takes matters into his own hands. WATCH it here- http://youtu.be/OBCOfuh8Lk4...


OneMinutesJr. Destination Barred

Posted December 19, 2013 Avatar JulieVOY

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Have you ever wondered if your family history shapes your future? 17-year old Takudzwa believes "history has a way to shape the future." Takudzwa presents an expressionistic portrait on the history of his family and his possible future in his OneMinutesJr.: http://youtu.be/qvEEGAml_20