The objective of Mandela Day is to inspire individuals to take action to help change the world for the better, and in doing so build a global movement for good. “Take Action; Inspire Change; Make Every Day a Mandela Day.”
Individuals and organisations are free to participate in Internaitonal Mandela Day as they wish.
You can find your way to spend 67 minutes on Mandela Day (July 18th) to help others and make a better world!
You have over two weeks to prepare for Mandela Day…
Here is a link to the official website where you can register your personal action :
When this handicapped man, Fabian, rides on the bus, some people will not want to sit next to him. When he wears a bear costume everyone wants to hug him…
What they are saying in this campaign is: get closer, don’t be afraid of handicapped people, everyone should be able to get hugs without a disguise!
Coaching future sportsmen also means giving them good values to make them beter persons!
Those women have been infected with HIV. They earn some money by making beautiful jewellery from the metal of old war bullets. See how they do it:
Late last month, Rattani and a group of Mipsterz (= Muslim hipsters) released a video to the tune of the Jay-Z song “Somewhere in America” .
The video shows diverse Muslim women who choose to wear the hijab, or head covering, and do so with individual style. The women are also seen doing quirky, random things like skateboarding, walking around a forest, and other hipster-esque escapades.
These women are lawyers, doctors, athletes, mothers, shoppers, but above all they are powerful Muslim American women… and they are hipsters!
The video has sparked huge amounts of commentary, both positive and negative.
Click on the link to view the video:
Affirmative action means giving an advantage to categories of people who have been underpriviledged for too long. See why this is fair :