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Monday, 15 July 2019

India's first ever LGBTI job fair draws a crowd over 250 in Bangalore

India's first ever LGBTI job fair draws a crowd over 250 in Bangalore
An LGBTI job fair, billed by organizers as the first such event in India, attracted more than 250 people on Friday looking for employment with ...

LGBTI groups urge the Church of England to 'follow the Methodist's lead'

LGBTI groups urge the Church of England to 'follow the Methodist's lead'
Anglican LGBTI groups are calling for the Church of England to follow the example set by the Methodist Church in its acceptance of same-sex ...

How much is too much talk about sex? This French philosopher believes we're overdoing it

How much is too much talk about sex? This French philosopher believes we're overdoing it
She says it's not about attaching shame to sex — there are many, like the LGBTI community and people with disabilities, whose lives were much more ...

Spain's far-right party wants the private data of LGBTI people and groups

Spain's far-right party wants the private data of LGBTI people and groups
Spain's ultra right wing political party, Vox , is trying to track down the names and information of people linked to the LGBTI organization, COGAM.

Why we need UK Black Pride and why it was so amazing

Why we need UK Black Pride and why it was so amazing
Lady Phyll is the co-founder and director UK Black Pride. She is also the incoming executive director of Kaleidescope Trust making her the first black ..

Student who tied red rope around his genitals during Pride fined

Student who tied red rope around his genitals during Pride fined
Hong Kong has limited rights for LGBTI people. But high-level courts have recently made some historic rulings in favor of the LGBTI community.

Intel and Uber among participants in India's first job fair for LGBTI

Intel and Uber among participants in India's first job fair for LGBTI
An LGBTI job fair, the first such event in India, attracted more than 250 people on Friday looking for employment with companies like.

'I'm sorry': Zodwa Wabantu apologises for recent homophobic comments

'I'm sorry': Zodwa Wabantu apologises for recent homophobic comments
Entertainer and media personality, Zodwa Wabantu, has used her reality TV show as a platform from which to apologise for anti-gay statements made ...

On Indigenous recognition and reconciliation, Scott Morrison faces test of leadership


In those two minutes, the emotions of our story, as Indigenous Australians, welled up in me. It's hard to express what I actually felt and what it meant to ...

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Ancient oasis reveals secrets of Indigenous culture after more than a century


In the Munga Thirri-Simpson Desert, an ancient oasis and habitation site of Aboriginal people has been rediscovered after being lost for more than a ...

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The program bridging the gap to get more Indigenous students into university


The program bridging the gap to get more Indigenous students into university .... Universities Australia's Indigenous strategy aims to boost this figure, ...

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Australia's First Set of Indigenous Emojis Are On Their Way to Your Phone


In the near future, Australians will be able to send emoji-filled messages featuring boomerangs, the Aboriginal flag and other visual representations of ...

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Coalition split on Indigenous recognition


The Coalition party room is split over the plan to introduce an Indigenous voice to parliament announced by Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken ...

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Conservative MPs wary of indigenous voice


Former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce believes giving more Senate representation to regional Australia is a better way to boost indigenous ...

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Batemans Bay Aboriginal women celebrates her first job – on the bridge


Batemans Bay Aboriginal women celebrates her first job – on the bridge ... for its commitment to recognising and respecting Australia's indigenous ...

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The Royal Commission hears struggles with aged care for Aboriginal communities during NAIDOC ...


This week is NAIDOC Week 2019 – dedicated to celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ...

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Māori students are capable - it's the education system that's broken, principal says


Educators need to throw out a "broken system" that has repeatedly been shown to fail Māori learners, a former principal says. Keri Milne-Ihimaera was ...

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Mulhollands' Māori health inquiry submission to focus firmly on drug funding problems


A Palmerston North family are at the front of the line to make a submission to a select committee inquiry into Māori healthcare, but the size of the soap ...

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Te reo Māori card game Tākaro moves into production after kickstarter campaign


Te reo Māori card game Tākaro moves into production after kickstarter .... There has been a lot of interest in retailers around New Zealand stocking ...

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Waatea Livestream Broadcast of Māori-led Inquiry


Waatea Leads Livestream Broadcast of Historic Māori-led Inquiry on Oranga Tamariki. Award-winning broadcaster, Waatea has been selected by ...

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Kopu looking for Maori solutions ot baby uplifts


A Maori Women's Welfare League past president says Maori problems need Maori solutions. Dame Areta Kopu hopes some of those solutions will ...

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The World's Only Traditional Māori Garden Was Made From Memories


For centuries, the Tainui tribes of the Māori cultivated massive gardens here. Even after European contact, they grew crops for themselves and to sell ...

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The World's Only Traditional Māori Garden Was Made From Memories


According to him, a Māori garden was always on the menu. ... To grow kūmara in cold, rainy New Zealand, Puke notes, the gardeners of yore mixed ...

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Historic hui gives overwhelming agreement for Māori Inquiry


Jean Te Huia Māori Midwives Aotearoa CEO shared her experience and honest opinion of the failing realities of the agency Oranga Tamariki, inflicted ...

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