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Human Rights Day – Youth Hike For Nation Building

The socio-economic inequalities inherited from the Apartheid are some of the root causes of the current segregated societies where people from different racial backgrounds do not have enough time and space for interactions, healing and building ties. Experience has shown … Continue reading

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2018 Youth Weekend Human Rights Training

Africa Unite held its annual Human Rights Training Weekend in partnership with the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) on the 23rd of February to the 25th of February 2018 at Goedegedacht Farm in Malmesbury Cape Town, South Africa.The training brought 30 young people … Continue reading

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Launch of the Youth Innovation Lab in South Africa

Africa Unite in partnership with AYANA International held a 4-day workshop from 10,11, 12, and 17th of October 2017 with 15 learners who are part of the Masibambane Secondary School AU Club in Cape Town South Africa. The workshop titled … Continue reading

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Mandela High School Club Senior Thanksgiving Luncheon

In celebration of Nelson Mandela Month on July 28th Mandela High’s Africa Unite School Club visited Ikhaya Loxolo, a home for the elderly in Gugulethu. This event was initiated by Mandela High learners in order to show respect for elders … Continue reading

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AU School Clubs extended to Johannesburg

From the 28th to the 29th of July 2017 Africa Unite in partnership with Chrystal Horizon Youth Center conducted a workshop with over 20 learners from Fons Luminis High School and New Gate College from Soweto and Hillbrow respectively  in … Continue reading

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Soap making in Nyanga

Hygiene is a very important topic that a lot of children do not know enough about. For instance, some of them are not used to washing their hands when necessary. That’s why we – Africa Unite and our Singamakhalipha Team … Continue reading

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Gender Based Violence Workshops

Gender based violence (GBV) includes sexual, domestic, economic, structural, and intimate partner violence. Recent statistics indicate how profound and widespread the problem of GBV is in South Africa. The country ranks first in the world for the number of sexual … Continue reading

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