To defend and protect human rights, first choose peace.

To celebrate and make aware of the Amnesty International Day, Wankumbu discusses the significance of human rights and the impact peace has in establishing these rights especially the more fundamental ones. It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.” These were the words said by Peter Benenson, the British lawyer who founded Amnesty International.  He was […]

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Celebrating African Freedom Day – Africa, The Land of Freedom and Diversity.

Hopekin, our first-year student, discusses Africa Freedom Day in this blog entry. African Freedom Day marks the anniversary of the most prestigious conference for African Freedom. It holds the memory of all our brave freedom fighters. The sacrifices made to define the freedom we embrace as Africans was tough. However, without fear, they fought for it so […]

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Happy Mother’s Day

In this blog post, our first-year student Mirriam expresses her heartfelt appreciation to all mothers and women. To all the amazing mothers who should be honored daily, I want to express appreciation and love for everything you do on this auspicious day! You are pillars of strength, and sources of encouragement, real beacons of guidance that […]

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An Empowering Perspective: Ntasuwila Reflects on International Womens Day.

Here is what women’s day means to our Tutor & Resources Manager, Ntasuwila Question: What does International women’s day mean to you?  Ntasuwila: Women’s Day is a day to commemorate women’s freedom from toxic patriarchal societies, and in places where such freedom has not yet been realised or places that are regressing in this movement, it’s […]

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