The importance of mental health and well-being has escalated in recent times because of the acknowledgement that it has been getting due to young people working hard to make it an issue that requires awareness. Mental health has been an issue for longer than we know, when it was not talked about or discussed or … Continue reading Mental Health and Well-Being
The 2017 Global Environment Facility (GEF) Policy on Gender Equality states that “men and women use natural resources differently and, as a result, they are affected differently by changes to these resources. Each gender interacts with the environment differently and because of that, the impact the environment has on them is different. Gender inequality and … Continue reading Gender meets Environment
As of today, Merriam-Webster defines hate as “intense hostility and aversion usually deriving from fear, anger, or sense of injury.” It sounds negative to us, as adults, and imagining a child being exposed to such intense feelings of toxic dislike is almost unbearable.However, it happens. It is much more common and ignored than we would … Continue reading Hate and its Correlation with Children
“Hate is a smart business”. A business selling its various products in different forms and sizes. It is hugely profitable for the vendor and those who are marketing it. Clever marketing leads to these products being sold easily and widely over the global market. It is sold in shiny packets and comes with lucrative offers.So … Continue reading Hate: A Great Burden
Human nature we say has multiple intense emotions attached to it, a couple of those intense feelings condensed into 4 letter words are love and hate. If it is justified that we can just happen to instinctively or naturally love a person or an activity, can the same logic be used to justify hatred? To … Continue reading Peace Off: Love/Hate Relationship
Hate is a complex emotion. It is not natural but built. It is grown, given attention to, nurtured, and given the intention to. It is so complex that after its formation, concrete steps have to be taken to eliminate or resolve it. However, the first step is the consciousness and the acceptance that hate inside … Continue reading Resolution of Hate
“Hate”. When you search on Google the meaning of this word, you’re going to find - ‘feel intense dislike for’, or something along these lines. However when you think about it, or at least when I do, it resonates with much more than intense dislike. Mostly it reminds me of how illogical, confining to stereotypes, … Continue reading What is hate & Why we hate?
To my young change makers, Time to take sense of humour seriously! People working in the social sector, especially those whose lives are dedicated to social change around extremely challenging issues often tend to become very serious people. Their sense of humour fades away every single day while addressing these challenging issues. The general understanding … Continue reading To my young change makers, Time to take sense of humour seriously!
A few weeks have been rather intense at Sauhard! We believe in creating a free space that is open to all – our friends, colleagues, enemies and more! In the same vein, a few weeks ago we were visited by very special friends. One of them was Kejal Savla, who visited our office and interacted … Continue reading Friends of Sauhard: Kejal Savla
This week has been rather intense at Sauhard! We believe in creating a free space that is open to all – our friends, colleagues, enemies and more! In the same vein, this week we were visited by very special friends. Falak Choksi is one of the first volunteers to have worked with Sauhard, and she … Continue reading Friends of Sauhard: Falak Choksi