Sometimes we keep distance from our friends, family and relatives who would be the best persons to help us be the best of ourselves in life and they lose interest towards us due to…Read more
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
Parenting or the upbringing of children is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood. It is a mutual responsibility between fathers…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
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…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
People are variously gifted with skills that keep us entertained and happy. Many enjoy physical sports activities like football and hockey. Others make use of special talents like their voices to make music and…Read more
The last time she was in school was the 3rd grade. Esther’s* parents did not value education; having been brought up without their own education. Her father had passed away some time ago and…Read more
Many people have “run a marathon” on their bucket list. And I was no different. I made mine more specific though. Having grown up seeing the London Marathon on TV, I promised myself if…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