Carine Museminari is a young woman who is pursuing her Bachelor degree in Healthcare management. She was born in Kigali, Rwanda. She works with a human rights organization called Youth for Development and Human Rights Advancement. She works as a communication officer and she is also the project leader Women Empowerment project. This project is aimed at improving the accessibility of resources to women, and empowering them to believe in their own natural abilities as women.
Why is it so important that girls grow up with confidence in their abilities? Why are women more capable to handle life than men are, especially in countries like Kenia? The future there and that of the whole world depends on women stepping up and change the way how we are organised today – following masculine principles and power structures.
Hannelie Venucia was born and grew up in South Africa. She talks about her upbringing and how she gained awareness of the need for change.
Professionally she works all over the world in leadership development.
Dr Dumisani Magadlela is an Executive Coach, Coach Trainer, Leadership Facilitator and Organisational Development Strategist based in Midrand, South Africa. He uses the Ubuntu philosophy and its approaches in his coaching and leadership development work. He spoke on the connection of Ubuntu and Integral Theory on the first Integral African Conference in June 2019
CONVERSATIONS THAT MATTER – THE AFRICAN DIALOGUES
René de Beer, a close friend and collaborator of Rica Viljoen of Mandala Consulting loves her country, South Africa. Her dream is to keep the beauty of purple alive, the qualities which people naturally have when they live in a close family bonding with a sense of belonging. She needs to move into the UK and will continue to work for the goal to hold dear and cherish the purple qualities in humans. VIDEOPOST, published for October 23rd 2019
Caritas spoke at the Integral African Conference about her difficult journey escaping the genocide in Ruanda. See her talk here: In this conversation with Heidi she allows us an insight how the life of a refugee is like, even after having survived the worst. Heidi puts it into the context of the present European “refugee crisis” where refugees are left to die in the see and often treated badly on land. As if the Europeans had forgotten how many of them were refugees themselves, only a few decades ago!