Sponsored Projects

Life Talk is often approached by sponsors to initiate interventions/projects that will achieve a particular outcome. Life Talk creates thought-provoking projects that build awareness, promote values, and assist in making decisions and choices that will lead to the desired outcome.

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SPEAK UP!

The Speak up! project equips teens with tools of assertion, enabling them to ‘speak up’ against peer pressure and encourage their community to do the same.  Speak up! aims to reduce the harm that alcohol causes in teens, which in turn aims to reduce knock-on effects such as unwanted pregnancies, STDs, rape, school drop outs, drug use and crime. It is a peer education programme run in conjunction with NGOs Khulisa and SANCA.  Funded by Brandhouse, the programme is aimed at teenage learners, parents and teachers.

 
 

 

LIFE COMES IN ‘CANS’ NOT CANNOTS
 Suzie Linstrom talks to children from poor communities about saying ‘I can’, in light of challenges they face during their teens.  Life comes in ‘cans’ not can-nots empowers the youth.  raises awareness about alcohol, drugs, sex

Talks are given to children from poor communities about being able to stand up for themselves and say “I CAN reach my greatest potential”, in light of the various challenges they face during their teens.  Life comes in ‘CANS’ not can-nots empowers the youth to say ‘I CAN’ whilst saying ‘no’ to drugs and alcohol, as well as many of the other challenges that they face on a daily basis. The Peninsula Beverage Company (PenBev) sponsor Life Talk Forum’s Cape Director, Suzie Linstrom, at their premises to give age appropriate talks to learners.

 Suzie Linstrom talks to children from poor communities about saying ‘I can’, in light of challenges they face during their teens.  Life comes in ‘cans’ not can-nots empowers the youth. raises awareness.  Suzie Linstrom talks to children from poor communities about saying ‘I can’, in light of challenges they face during their teens.  Life comes in ‘cans’ not can-nots empowers the youth.  raises awareness  Suzie Linstrom talks to children from poor communities about saying ‘I can’, in light of challenges they face during their teens.  Life comes in ‘cans’ not can-nots empowers the youth. . raises awareness about alcohol and drugs 

 

LIFE TALK FLASHMOB


Life Talk caused a stir at the Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, when we staged a surprise Flashmob, consisting of around 100 youth from various communities around Cape Town.  They entertained the crowd with 5 minutes of choreographed dance and music to create awareness about the challenges that face teenagers and adults in today’s world. Life Talk’s "TUG of LIFE" campaign is focused on encouraging the youth and parents to stand up and fight to win the tug of war on their life.

Life Talk teamed up with a dynamic young group of dancers that call themselves the Street Stylers, (headed and choreographed by Blake Williams) managed by 2nd-Chance. These children have made a stand against drugs and alcohol abuse by using dance as a way of steering clear and keeping themselves focused on positive choices. They have sought learners from various schools in the very communities that have been hardest hit by drugs, alcohol and gangetrism. The learners have been training for months for today’s flashmob.

Sponsored by Peninsula Beverages Company,  The Association for Responsible Alcohol Use, Night Vision Marketing (a brand activation company), The V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.

 

 

TEEN LIFE SKILLS PROGRAMME (FOR EDUCATORS, SOCIAL WORKERS & COUNSELLORS)

 (accredited training for social workers & counsellors)


The 14-week programme covers topics such as a positive attitude, values, sexuality, being a leader, making a difficult choice etc. The facilitator manual, used in conjunction with the Life Talk books, works through all the weeks and provides opportunities for interaction, role-playing, reflection and insight – in a non-threatening and fun way.

 

OTHER TALKS & WORKSHOPS


A range of general talks and workshops are available and these are covered on the Talks & Programmes page.

 

 

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