Bullying is a prominent issue in schools around the world and can take many forms from physical or verbal abuse to online bullying. The effects of bullying are long-term and highly detrimental,…Read more
Peace can be defined as an agreement and harmony among people and a state or period in which there is no war or war has ended. In the world right now, there are ongoing…Read more
Exams play an important role in education, assessing what students have learned with regard to particular subjects. However, working towards exams can put children under significant pressure – impacting their mental health and well-being.
This month, in the wake of the international climate meeting COP 26, the children we work with in Uganda asked our S.A.L.V.E. supporters and friends worldwide whether the actions we take today… 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
This month’s Inequality Question focused on: “Should children be in school or stay at home to stop the spread of Covid-19?”
We received 67 responses and the discussion… Read more
This month’s Inequality Question focused on: “Should the Covid-19 vaccine be given equally, or should some people be prioritised?”
We received 51 responses and the… Read more