‘Go to Bed!’: How Sleep Duration Affects the Psychiatric Health of Children
New research reveals that shorter sleep duration in children is associated with problems in cognitive performance and an increase in behavioural issues.
Parents and Kids Are Unhappy About the Coronavirus-Caused ‘Vacation’
As more and more schools shut down because of the coronavirus outbreak, Re:Set spoke with parents and students about how they're feeling about this sudden staycation.
Acid Attack Survivors on Fighting Patriarchy
By ruining a woman’s face, attackers aim to jeopardize a woman’s career as well as her financial security, social status and romantic prospects.
Meet Delhi University’s 65-Year-Old Gender and Sexuality Crusader
Dr. Preeti Kapur of Delhi University has been working for 40 years to educate young girls from all income levels about equality and sexual health.
With Schools Shut, Indian Families From Hong Kong are Returning to India Because of Coronavirus
In the face of the coronavirus outbreak, many Indian families are returning home from Hong Kong with a one-way ticket and an uncertainty of when they will go back again.
Beyond the Diagnosis
On Inclusion and Belonging: Notes of an Autistic Gamer
Lea Knakkergaard speaks about inclusivity in the gaming community and how she is a positive example for her neurotypical and neuroatypical students.
The Evolution of Art Education in Dubai
In some schools, art education is going beyond simply creating artwork to critically analyzing artists' work and incorporating new technology into their creative endeavors.