From December 18-22, 2018, The Hub hosted Lehlohonolo Tlhaole from Two For Designs for a workshop on stop motion animation. He was assisted by Anna Cai from Morija Arts Centre. The group animated ‘Girl Child’, a story by Mats’eliso Moruthane from our WordPower 2018 magazine. She wrote ‘Girl Child’ at a workshop on storytelling at The Hub […]
Gem Institute started to volunteer on social responsibility issues in 2010 .GEM aims to create awareness, advocate and provide capacity building on human security and development issues on the following issues:
Breaking the digital gap by providing easy access for internet services, film and other media platforms to address the following issues:
a. Promoting active and accountable citizenship
b. Engagement of men in gender issues to promote positive masculinities to improve the quality of life of women and families
c. Building the capacity of women and youth to participate in economic growth through organic entrepreneurial initiatives
d. Promote positive, creative cultural and innovative practices for artistic expressions to improve livelihoods
e. Building the capacity of communities to be efficient and effective in their human development initiatives through advocacy, policy and research
GEM Institute provides innovation hub platforms that will create a safe space for young people to avoid destructive behaviors such as alcohol and drug abuse. A space to conduct community dialogues and interactions to promote social inclusion using the human rights approach and positive cultural practices that promote humanism.
Women and youth will be encouraged to use technology to improve their enterprises and to help improve technology skills of the general community members in the use of information to close the digital gap between the marginalizes (rural and mountainous) place from urban centers.
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