Drug abuse is commonly accompanied by a devastating social impact upon community life, contributing to increased violence, crime, financial problems, and homelessness. The World Drug Report informed us that at least 35 million…Read more
The past 18 months have put a once in a lifetime level of pressure on the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has provoked a global health crisis, disrupted global food systems, and reversed years… Read more
Sport and physical exercise; an enjoyable diversion, a necessity in children’s social and physical development, a necessary evil, or a waste of time?
With schools across many countries (but… Read more
The Inequality Question for this month was: “Which adaptation measures need to be taken NOW to cope with climate change to ensure a sustainable future for us all?”. Responses flooded in… Read more
This month’s inequality question focused on the dilemma, “If people commit crimes like theft to survive, should they be punished?”
We received 77 responses and they were viewed more than 300 times (so far)!
Today, our…Read more
Children don’t discriminate but they always find a safe place to be – Bosco, Uganda
Discrimination can be something that can affect us all at any point of our lives, whether it’s because of our…Read more
My name is Lis. My trip to S.A.L.V.E. In Uganda last Autumn made me realise that the biggest inequality I see is that I live in a world that is full of possibilities. So…Read more
I’m Ethan, and I will be working as the Assistant Project Leader for S.A.L.V.E.’s Team Uganda partnership with Manchester University this summer. I’ll be ensuring that Team Uganda runs smoothly, checking that all the…Read more
Hello, my name is Brenda. I am a female social worker and counsellor in Uganda.
I want to challenge gender inequality. The reason is that most times there is no say in things that happen…Read more