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Mental health activist

Date Released: Mon, 24 June 2013 12:36 +0200

Mental health activist

 

Anele Siswana, a Master’s student in Clinical Psychology from the Department of Psychology at Rhodes University, is proof that giving, no matter how small, can make a big difference to the person on the receiving end. He is the first recipient of the Canon Collins Scholars’ Scholarship, a scholarship set up by a group of Canon Collins Scholarship recipients.

 

The Canon/Collins Educational & Legal Assistance Trust is a programme that promotes education and human and constitutional rights.  It’s programmes include: • Scholarships for postgraduate study in the UK and in Southern Africa;  Public advocacy for and by poor and marginalized communities.

 

Together they were able to raise enough money to fund one scholarship, and plan to do so every year.

 

Extract from The Sowetan Education newspaper supplement, June 2013

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