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2020: A Lemonade Year

This year has been all about rolling with the punches and turning lemons into lemonade. It’s the last day of the year, and whether I like it or not, it’s the most memorable to date. These are my reflections… How I would explain 2020 to future generations 2020… It was the year of toilet paper, hoarding, hand sanitisers, and fear-mongering. We saw increased rates of suicide, mental health issues, and domestic violence. Millions of people were left feeling lonely and isolated during extended loc

2020: A Lemonade Year

This year has been all about rolling with the punches and turning lemons into lemonade. It’s the last day of the year, and whether I like it or not, it’s the most memorable to date. These are my reflections… How I would explain 2020 to future generations 2020… It was the year of toilet paper, hoarding, hand sanitisers, and fear-mongering. We saw increased rates of suicide, mental health issues, and domestic violence. Millions of people were left feeling lonely and isolated during extended loc

What I Learned About Violence, Gender Equality, and Myself Through a Global Design Challenge

Government officials should also implement policies to encourage more positive use of the media to end violence against women and girls. The only way to create systemic change is to start with a top-down approach. Violence is not an individual problem, it is a societal problem. A problem sometimes enforced by the media, like the romanticisation of rape in movies, TV shows, romance novels, and more. Violence can be non-tangible, and very few people understand that. Even people that believe that

What I Learned About Violence, Gender Equality, and Myself Through a Global Design Challenge

Government officials should also implement policies to encourage more positive use of the media to end violence against women and girls. The only way to create systemic change is to start with a top-down approach. Violence is not an individual problem, it is a societal problem. A problem sometimes enforced by the media, like the romanticisation of rape in movies, TV shows, romance novels, and more. Violence can be non-tangible, and very few people understand that. Even people that believe that
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