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As you know chomas, August is Women's Month. Women’s month is not just about celebrating being a women but also about celebrating women’s achievem...
Freedom Day is one of the most important days in SA history because it signifies being free to do and be who you want to be. What does Freedom Day mean for SA girls and women?
Everyone should have the right to openly and freely love whoever they love- that’s why this month’s campaign on Make A Noise is #MyRightToLove.
Living with HIV still means that you have the same rights as anyone else, regardless of your HIV status. So if you’re living with HIV, these are just some of the basic rights you have.
We've come a long way in the fight against discrimination, but we still have a long way to go in achieving equality. I'm celebrating the women fighting for that equality!
As a teenager, it's important to know what your rights are so that you’re never taken advantage of. Here are the rights you should always fight for:
Human rights activism is important in society. Activism helps create awareness and drive change. Here are a few of them that you should know about.
Each and every person has rights, no matter where they come from, their gender or where they live. Here’s a reminder of other people whose rights you might not be considering:
Someone else’s rights are strictly theirs and you don’t have a right to disregard them. I have listed 5 things that you absolutely have no right to. Here they are:
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