This month the question discussed was ‘Can we create a world where no-one is living on the streets?’. The discussion had 69 interesting comments and it was viewed over 850 times! We had a…Read more
This month’s discussion was themed around the question ‘Do you think child labour is a bad idea?’.
Our Drop-in Centre was full of children keen to read what people from around the world had contributed…Read more
This month’s Inequality Question debate was ‘Will it ever be possible for everyone to have access to enough safe water?’ to coincide with World Water Week.
We received 61 replies from people around the world…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
This month’s debate was ‘How can we ensure all people are being the best person they can be?’. The debate received lots of interest with 486 views and 109 replies! There were…Read more
I have recently started my job at S.A.L.V.E. as the Project Officer and spent the first month of my new job in Uganda! It’s not every day that you get to start your new…Read more
This month’s debate was ‘What could your community do differently to make sure everyone understands children’s rights?’. It was…Read more
He/she who has the spirit of supporting people in need or in harder situations than others, focuses a lot their minds on uplifting other people’s lives to a certain level they deserve to live…Read more
This month’s inequality question chosen by the children in Uganda was ‘Is equality for women and girls possible?’
The debate received 69 responses and was viewed by 528…Read more