Johannesburg – According to a new Unicef South Africa U-Report poll, 68% of the youth in South Africa stated that discrimination was a regular part of life, from school and work to community spaces.
The findings were released ahead of World Children’s Day, which is celebrated yearly on November 20.
The findings show how racism and discrimination against children based on their ethnicity, language and religion are rife in countries across the world. Age, gender, education, income and skin colour are the main reasons for discrimination.
“The South Africa U-Report findings also showed that 80% of young respondents felt discrimination has impacted their…
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