Justice Pageant inspires good morals in youth

INSPIRING: Tamzin Vassanjee at the Lerato Educational Centre.

MONDEOR High and the Lerato Educational Centre recently invited Tamzin Vassanjee, a 2017 Justice Pageant semi-finalist, to give a talk to learners with the hope of embedding good morals into the youth.

EDUCATING: Tamzin Vassanjee with some pupils from Mondeor High School before her presentation.

The pageant’s primary objective is to select and shape individuals who will serve as role models for the youth and execute informal character education in schools and in the community.

SPEAKING: Tamzin Vassanjee speaks to pupils at Mondeor High.

The No Crime Culture Project aims to create awareness in individuals of the need for basic morality, ethics and norms of conduct – in other words, to inspire, instil, impress and by way of repetition convince people into accepting, believing in, and promoting norms of conduct that would extinguish the tendency to criminal behaviour.

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