Ramna Safeer’s family immigrated from Pakistan when she was four years old, a month after 9/11. Growing up at that time, she felt the…
David Macdonald served as an infantry soldier in Afghanistan for the Royal Regiment of Canada. He returned home with extensive injuries and PTSD– which…
Chris Cull is a recovering opioid and alcohol addict who recently biked across Canada to raise awareness about the Canadian prescription drug abuse epidemic….
The day I become a teacher, I would love to teach math. There will be students who will be weak in this subject. I’ll explain again and again, without losing my temper and teach them well.
Just as our parents looked after us when we were small, I shall look after them when I am an adult. I’ll feed them, clothe them, take care of them when they fall ill and protect them.
“Child is the father of the men” goes the saying. Accordingly, a man’s foundation in life is laid in childhood. If one’s childhood is good, he or she will grow up to be a good individual.
Sri Lanka’s Official Youth Delegate to the United Nations discusses the need to address structural barriers preventing women and girls from accessing high-quality learning opportunities.