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COVID-19: Vaccinating stateless people in South Africa
Having no nationality of any country, this group is often left out of essential services
‘The biggest challenge is ableism, not my disability’
Meet lawyer Haben Girma, 33, a fierce advocate for disability rights
Rwanda at the UN: Vaccine equity, inclusion, peace, and gender equality top our priorities
— Ambassador Valentine Rugwabiza, Permanent Representative of Rwanda to the United Nations.
Remembering the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda 27 years later
We need to transform history into lessons relevant to our societies today
Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 World
Protecting Africa’s children from child labour
International Labour Organization (ILO) Regional Director for Africa, Ms. Cynthia Samuel-Olonjuwon, on the Universal Ratification of the Convention on the Worst Forms of Child Labour.
To be forever free!
The world is now speaking with one voice against the slave trade eras. 25 March of every year marks the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre: Using the past to protect the present and future
Genocide happens when democracy is absent
—Tali Nates, Founder and Executive Director of the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre
“It is worth fighting for even one child’s life”
— Mrs. Marianna Vardinoyannis, Mandela Prize Laureate 2020
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