We use radio to amplify youth voices across Africa, giving them the skills and tools to speak about their lives
Our Ubuntu Lab conference, held alongside the Youth Radio Awards in September, provided the space for young people to deepen their understanding of Ubuntu, and share ideas on how they can bring the practice of humanity to our struggles in South Africa.
In addition to panel discussions on Ubuntu, listening to artists and poets, hot debates, and creating their own skits and performances, the group of approximately 40 youth had the opportunity to have face to face discussions with some inspiring individuals in the ‘Talking Heads’ session. In this session, the youth gathered in rotating small groups to have discussions with a writer, poet, astronomer, freestyle footballer, social justice activist, TV presenter, entrepreneur, LGBTI activist and more.
See more photos from the Ubuntu Lab held at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town.
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