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Tuesday, 24 September 2019

The Needs of LGBTI People Regarding Health Care Structures, Prevention Measures and ...

However, the present study is the first to focus on LGBTI-related health in a major German metropolis. It aimed to investigate health care structures, ...


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Greens' motion against religious discrimination act welcomed

LGBTI equality advocates have welcomed a unanimous motion condemning the Federal Government's Religious Discrimination Bill and protecting the ...


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Activists want LGBTI included in anti-bullying legislation

Colours Cayman is calling on the government to include sexual orientation and gender identity in its proposed anti-bullying legislation. The LGBTI ...


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Putting the “U” back into Universal Health Care: Do South Africans know what the NHI is?

Additionally, a group of civil society organisations that advocate for LGBTI rights are calling on all heads of state, political and health leaders to ...


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A joint statement on ensuring access to health services for LGBTI people

We believe universal health coverage is unattainable unless LGBTI people everywhere can access quality, affordable, evidence-based, ...


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Farewell to sexism: Needless stereotyping must end

Nepal provides legislative protection in its constitution for women and the LGBTI. But the challenge is materialising the rights on all forefronts of society ...


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Brazil's Marielle Franco honoured in France with Paris public garden

Born and raised in a favela in Rio, Brazil, Franco became an elected councillor, who worked tirelessly to promote the rights of black women, LGBTI ...


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Belgrade to host of EuroPride 2022

European Pride organisations have selected Belgrade Pride to be the host of EuroPride 2022. „EuroPride will have a huge impact fot LGBTI ...


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Hands off our cultural heritage, say world's indigenous people

In Australia, Aboriginal groups are pushing back against public access to heritage sites like mountains and beaches, in an attempt to preserve areas of ...


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UNCP students hit the road for new learning experience

Study abroad experiences led seven students to Melbourne, Australia, to examine the aboriginal culture, history and experiences of the Wurundjeri ...


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CQ Quayle's 'indigenised' jewellery shines at Spring Blak Markets

“We watch what is in fashion and create Aboriginal artwork in a contemporary context, to show that even though we are part of the oldest culture on ...


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'Let us run the show': Indigenous accelerators lead the way

For Khan, who is keen to grow her business to employ other Aboriginal ... In Northern and Western Australia, Cara Peek is leading the program ...


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NDIS 'must do more for mentally ill'

It wants to see a national suicide prevention plan for Aboriginal and Torres Strait ... One-in-five Australia will experience a mental illness each year.


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Babies taken from parents

The West Australian government's bid to bring down the high number of children in care, over half of whom are Aboriginal, is being hampered by a 35 ...


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Senators head to NT for welfare card probe

Senators will hear from groups such as Danila Dilba Health Service, Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance of the NT, North Australian Aboriginal ...


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Clive Palmer's foundation gives 'sick people' Easter eggs in first acts of charity

The activities took place across Australia except for South Australia and ... In 2008, Mr Palmer pledged to donate $100 million for Aboriginal health and ...


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Māori breaking addiction to failed solutions

That was the call from Māori coming out of this year's Dapaanz Cutting Edge conference for people working in addiction treatment. New Zealand Drug ...


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New Zealand to gain one new seat in 2020 election

New Zealand will gain one new North Island electorate at the 2020 election ... No new Maori electorates or South Island electorates are needed.


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Youth justice study calling for more participants

A ground-breaking study which looks at how Māori and Samoan peoples ... In New Zealand, the project team is working collaboratively with: the ...


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The civics project trying to turn around our godawful youth voting statistics

Lessons are provided in English and te reo Māori and include co-governance and council's relationship with Māori; protests, submissions and how to ...


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Baby death review committee calls for national support framework for bereaved parents

In New Zealand, Māori, Pasifika and Indian families are more likely to lose a ... Bereaved parents get new info site but support remains inconsistent


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Patrick Gower learns how to grow cannabis at Ruatoria

A big question facing New Zealand is people with low-level marijuana ... "We do have too many Māori locked up in prisons for bullshit offences ...


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The rate of stillbirths is dropping for Maori and New Zealand European mothers

A report by the Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee revealed for every thousand babies born, just under a percent were stillborn.


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Life in the 60s and 70s in New Zealand : Ans Westra

She became known for her images of Maori, which were published in the Department of Maori Affairs magazine Te Ao Hou and in school publications ...


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