A while ago, I got to watch 58, a film documenting poverty and the lives of those who live it, in various kinds and countries around the world. Each story is intensely shocking and saddening, and contrary to what Hollywood calls for, not each story ends in smiles and sunshine. The first story the viewerContinue reading “Gratitude”
Yesterday I had the rather daunting privilege of going along to chat to a group of school-leavers about the impending doom of their University careers (JOKE! I PROMISE!). I knew they had questions to ask someone who was not an expert, but someone a little further along the path who survived and loved Uni, andContinue reading “UNI”
430,000 babies born with HIV last yr. By 2015 that could be 0. What are we going to do about it?