A newborn enters our world.. the psyche develops…

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When a newborn enters our world s(he) works very hard… “Holy cow, what’s that ? It was so gentle, kind, whole in mom’s tummy and now… yes… what’s that ? No food delivery, tummy ache and… yes… totally dependent… and even worse… helpless…” The first narcissism starts in mom’s uterus, a form of interaction between […]

Rwanda today: making the No.1 cruelty in humanity for survivors of the 1995 genocide more bearable

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‘If you would know me and you really know yourself you would not have killed me’ it says at the entrance of the genocide museum in Kigali. Agreed, and that is why Humanium is present here to conduct our workshops on children’s rights twice per year. As mental health professionals we meet teachers, parents, children, […]

“Whether you are a boy or a girl, you are never too young to lead ! ”

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.. was the key message of Sierra Leone’s Mellicentia’s speech at the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child in Geneva on Friday, 28th of September 2018.     Over 20 children (aged between 14 and 17) had the chance to lead us through the various conferences about the world’s problems and solutions […]