Talking Sexual and Gender-Based Violence with The Village ZM

Hey guys! We are in October. OCTOBER! How did we get here so quickly? September lasted five days and here we are. Anyway, I hope your October is full of blessings, peace, love, joy and everything good. It’s almost time (It is time) for cheesy hallmark Christmas movies and honestly, I can’t wait. Have a great month!

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Choosing A Research Topic in 5 Easy Steps

Choosing a research topic is one of the deciding factors for your research. If you haven’t chosen a topic, then you obviously can’t get started. If you read my last post and you have excellent deduction skills, I’m pretty sure you were able to pick up a few tips for this from there. However, if you were unable to, fret not. I’m here just for you. In this post, I share five easy tips that I believe can help you choose a research topic.

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All About My Thesis Defense

This is a moment I looked forward to since my very first semester when I looked at my seniors in awe as they presented their research findings and couldn’t wait for it to be my turn. Four long years and the start of a pandemic later, my moment arrived. Let me take you back.

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10 Study Tips For University

Studying can be a very big part of your university life and knowing how to effectively study is extremely important. Some subjects will require more attention than others because some may have exams and others may not. Studying requires a certain level of discipline and willingness. While studying can be hard to do sometimes, once you figure ways that work for you, it can become easy, while still requiring effort.

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Why I Have a Problem With “Women Must Be Seen And Not Heard”

Have you ever heard people say, “Women must be seen and not heard?” Here is a short history lesson. The phrase “Women must be seen and not heard” originates from an old English proverb, “Children must be seen and not heard”. This proverb first appeared in a book by John Mirk published in the 15th century titled Mirks Festial.

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