Diversity, Empathy Inclusion
Empathy and inclusion for a sustainable future The Covid pandemic has made it very difficult for children in marginalized communities to get access to basic needs like education, food, and work. We need a post-COVID playbook for helping governments, authorities, support centers, deal with the challenges of youth in their communities to ensure generations are not wasted. We are honored to welcome Professor Cindy Kiro, a Dame Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2021 New Year Honours, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Māori, University of Auckland, Former New Zealand Children's Commissioner share the strides she has made to improve outcomes for marginalized children. Teenspire Global Mission’s “Empathy and Inclusion for a Sustainable Future” webinar will help you understand: · What should the post-COVID playbook for empowering marginalized youth incorporate? · What role can we play in supporting marginalized children in our communities · The need for strong frameworks that can stand the test of times
Mental Health is an ongoing concern amongst young people. Sandra discusses how young people need to talk about (mental health) have a safe place to talk about it, with no judgments - judgment-free zone all the way. Sandra also discussed the signs to watch out for depression - feeling sluggish, decrease in energy, difficulty concentrating, making decisions, having pains, aches, cramps - they could be physical - change in appetite, weight, difficulty sleeping, loosing interest in things they enjoyed…irritability…experiencing feeling of worthlessness, and suicidal attempts. Tune in to understand the Mental Health issues.
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