Blog post: The challenges of e-learning">
The challenges of e-learning

The challenges of e-learning

Right now, in Canada, I am fortunate enough to receive a high-quality education. In-fact Canada, for the most part, has a reputation for consistently providing education to citizens, but in this time of confusion surrounding COVID-19, this education is placed in jeopardy. Canada’s Response: e-learning. This is the practice of teaching and learning digitally oftenRead more about The challenges of e-learning[…]

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How protests affect children

How protests affect children

Right now, in Canada we are in the aftermath of a large and significant Court case that was finally settled by the Supreme Court of Canada.  The case centered upon whether the Wet’suwet’en people could force the Liquid Nature Gas (LNG) pipeline that was planned to go through their land to be diverted or cancelled.Read more about How protests affect children[…]

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3rd Pan-American Forum

3rd Pan-American Forum

This year I was given the amazing opportunity to attend the third Pan-American Child Forum in Cartagena Colombia. At the forum 80 Children (including myself) were given the opportunity to not just speak about children’s rights but handed the responsibility of helping shape international and national implementation of children’s rights as outlined by the UnitedRead more about 3rd Pan-American Forum[…]

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Why Canadian youth are taught to test?

Why Canadian youth are taught to test?

Why Canadian youth are taught to test?   In Canada, I am lucky enough to receive an extremely high-quality education. I think we can all agree that this is beneficial to students, yet some of Canada’s education policies seem to be counter to this logic.   By using standardized testing as a metric of successRead more about Why Canadian youth are taught to test?[…]

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Education of Rights

Education of Rights

Education of Rights   Currently in the Americas, there are few States that effectively educate their youth and general population about their rights and how to uphold them. This has profound implications to the treatment of our citizens and the continued development of basic human rights and children’s rights globally. While this has been recognizedRead more about Education of Rights[…]

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LGBTQ2+ children’s rights in Canada

LGBTQ2+ children’s rights in Canada

LGBTQ2+ children’s rights in Canada   Here in Canada, for the most part, everybody can get the support they require from the government. This is true whether you are a child or an adult. In the province of Alberta, if youth wish, the school must establish a Gay straight alliance (GSA). A GSA is aRead more about LGBTQ2+ children’s rights in Canada[…]

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Human Rights 

Human Rights 

Human Rights    What it’s about: My video is about expressing that people (particularly youth) don’t understand the true nature of the problems affecting many people in the world.  I have done this by expressing exactly how first world citizens have their rights guaranteed as opposed to those less fortunate. As they have never beenRead more about Human Rights […]