This month our inequality question focused on world hunger: “Will it ever be possible to end hunger so that everyone has enough to eat?”
The discussion had 85 very interesting comments and it was…Read more
This month the inequality question chosen and debated by the children living on the streets in Uganda was ‘What should be done to see that underrepresented people’s views are heard?’.
We received many suggestions…Read more
This month’s inequality debate question was ‘Does having policies and laws affect people’s behaviours and values positively?’. This debate received a HUGE 135 answers so far! Thank you to everyone who was part…Read more
Do you believe that no young person should have to live and work on the streets?
Do you believe that children who have lived on the streets deserve the chance to…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 Marleen Okken; I have been working as a social work intern at S.A.L.V.E. International for a period of three months. I study Social Work at Windesheim University in Zwolle, The Netherlands. In February…Read more