Chaeli Campaign Review Article: African Journal of Disability

The Chaeli Campaign Journal Club: Strengthening evidence-based practice and contributing to practice-based evidence in under-resourced South African communities. By Rosemary Luger, Martha Geiger, Olwethu Nqevu, Ann Bullen, Faizah Toefy. This […]

My Thoughts on Gender Issues

My first encounter with a powerful woman was with my mother. It seems that around age 10 or 11 I informed her that cleaning the bathroom and especially the toilet was […]

Embrace Being Seen

Having young children often unwittingly places you front and centre amongst strangers in public places, especially if your child is prone to make loud pronouncements about people around her and/or […]

The Burden of Silence

Freedom, to me, in its most basic form is the ability to openly express one’s thoughts and opinions. Although freedom manifests itself in a variety of different ways (all of […]