Education

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ― Nelson Mandela

Justin Trudeau: ‘Is someone going to stand up for what they...

Early in his political career, people called Justin Trudeau “his mother’s son.” They meant it as an insult: Margaret Trudeau, a Canadian actress, and...

July 2017 Issue

Read Now https://issuu.com/nextgenerationmagazine/docs/images Scoop 1. Impact of abuse on women and how to rectify it 2. Tackling Post Natal Depression 3. Women in Leadership Series: Danni Lin, CEO of...

Cracking The Gender Code : Women In Technology

Growing up, I was so obsessed with the super hero series. My personal favorite has always been Iron Man. I was fascinated by the...

My Philosophy in Education- The Way We Teach Is More Important...

I was a by-product of the traditional classroom setting where when the teacher is teaching, the students have to remain silent and listen. When...

7 Values We Need To Teach Children From An Early Age

Becoming a parent is quite the challenge, and the truth is, that nobody feels prepared for it the first time around. Having a child...

Fight The Social Stigma on Menstruation

Every year, the global community marks May 28 as Menstrual Hygiene Day. The day brings together policymakers, civil society organisations, individuals, professionals, advocacy groups...

Menstrual Hygiene Day: Why We Still Need To Talk About Periods

As today’s Menstrual Hygiene Day (that’s 28 May, FYI), we figured that today would be the perfect day to explain why we keep talking...

How Do You Get Girls To School In The Least Educated...

Maybe, Rakia Soumana sometimes thinks, life could have been a little different. It’s not so bad in Tessa, her village in rural Niger, where...

UNICEF’s Educate All Girls and Boys in South Asia Initiative

UNICEF’s Educate All Girls and Boys in South Asia Initiative has been ongoing mission since 1999. Within recent years, the program has successfully improved...

5 Ways to Improve Education in Indonesia

In recent years, the Indonesian government made significant strides toward accessible education in Indonesia. However, as of 2012, only 51 percent of adolescents ages...

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