Voice of The Millennials

THE VOICE OF THE CAPE  |  Podcast , ±19 min episodes every 2 weeks, 2 days  | 
Voice of the Millennials is hosted by Yaseen Kippie. Millennials, referring to those people born between the years 1984 and 2004. Igniting the youth, this show speaks about issues, events and solutions to uplift and inspire the youth. To contribute to the show email yaseenk63@gmail.com

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06
APR

Getting to Know Saamiya Alli, Angela Higginson, and Abdul Aziz Younis

In a lighter segment, we get to know UCT Law graduate Saamiya Alli, VOC intern from the US Angela Higginson, and Icon Media co-founder and Palestinian Abdul Aziz Younis better. We talk books, films, media, and Angela’s first experience visiting a Mosque, going to Masjid al-Quds in Gatesville, Cape Town, for Jumuah.

Watch Angela’s experience at a Mosque for the first time here: https://www.facebook.com/VOC91.3fm/videos/10155513517287794/

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06
APR

Saamiya Alli: Affecting Positive Change through International Human Rights Law

Frustrations caused by systematic oppression of peoples around the world, especially those in Palestine is what motivated UCT Law graduate Saamiya Alli to pursue a master’s degree in International Human Rights Law at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. VOC’s Yaseen Kippie and Angela Higginson interview her about the benefits and career trajectory of an international humans rights lawyer.

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06
APR

Stephen Hawking: His Life and Beliefs in 'The Theory of Everything'

Discussing the life and beliefs of Stephen Hawking as portrayed in film ‘The Theory of Everything’ with Film Reviewer Muazzam Mir (see blog: https://filmandtelevisionreview.blog/)

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MAR

Millennial Profile: Law student Layla Kimmie

Layla Kimmie, a South African who grew up in Brunei in South east Asia attending a British international school, is currently in her final year of LLB with the intention of a Master's degree in international human rights law and public interest litigation. She works closely with the world federation of United Nations associations, having completed an internship and being a secretary for them in New York City. She will be doing the same in India next month. "I believe that privilege comes with responsibility and so as a person I believe it is my responsibility to stand for those who cannot stand for themselves, and to ensure that a platform is given to those without a voice. I believe we have to be unapologetic about standing up for the oppressed people and believe a rigorous and fearless approach is needed."

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