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Tuesday, 1 October 2019

'Nepal Police Cyber Bureau ready to address crime against sexual and gender minority'

Bureau Chief Bikash Shrestha and member of former Constituent Assembly and LGBTI rights activist Sunil Babu Pant were present on the occasion.


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A Comparative Analysis of the Socioeconomic Dimensions of LGBTI Exclusion in Serbia

The World Bank's research on LGBTI exclusion has been focused on addressing an environment of sparse data, as well as raising awareness about ...


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Mariela Castro banned from traveling to US

The Trump administration on Thursday announced the daughter of former Cuban President Raúl Castro who spearheads LGBTI issues can no longer ...


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Out For Australia announce 2019 30 Under 30 leaders of tomorrow

“I feel very humbled to be recognised by this award and hope to give back as much as I can to the LGBTI community who have given me so much,” ...


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Tiny turnout for SA sports LGBTI workshop

Five of South Australia's 70-plus sporting groups are attending an LGBTI inclusion workshop that will outline new national guidelines, angering ...


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Fears Religious Discrimination Bill will open schools to hate groups

“Public schools couldn't send a positive message to their students by refusing their facilities to anti-LGBTI or anti-women extremists.”.


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UCAA UG conducting a theological training for faith based leaders and LGBTI activists

UCAA UG conducting a theological training for faith based leaders and LGBTI activists. Universal Coalition of Affirming Africans Uganda (UCAA-UG), ...


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More cancellations for LGBTIQ rideshare app users, study finds

A US study has found that Uber and other rideshare app users who appear LGBTIQ are cancelled on by drivers more frequently than other ...


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What are the lyrics to the Australian national anthem, 'Advance Australia Fair'?

McCormick's 1878 lyrics have been widely criticised for failing to represent Australia's indigenous population, and for celebrating British colonisation.


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Experts turn to the healing power of horses to stem escalating suicide rates in Aboriginal youths

More than 80 Indigenous Australians have taken their lives this year, ... by adapting methods used by Australia's Equine Psychotherapy Institute and ...


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NITV and ABC Children's partner on live-action children's series

The live-action series focuses on a group of Indigenous children, who ... Screen Australia's Head of Content Sally Caplan said: “Screen Australia is ...


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One man's mission to craft culture in a rainforest hideaway

O'Meara said it was fulfilling to be able to help the unification of non-indigenous and indigenous, not just in Australia, but globally through his craft and ...


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Perth prepares to host World Indigenous Tourism Summit in 2020

Being held from 5th to 9th April next year, the World Indigenous Tourism Summit is expected to attract hundreds of delegates from around Australia ...


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Mum 'tricked' out of funeral money

Jade was one of four Aboriginal girls who died by suicide in the first week of 2019, sparking a national outcry over the sustained high rates of suicide ...


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Art Centre Manager - Tjarlirli Art

Desart is the not-for-profit peak industry body for over forty Central Australian Aboriginal Art Centres and the Tjarlirli Art Board of Directors has ...


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A 60000-year-old cure for depression

Australia's indigenous Aboriginal people have the oldest living culture on Earth. For around 60,000 years, their intricate understanding of ecology ...


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NZ economy resilient while Reserve Bank responds to change

The New Zealand economy has proved resilient through a period of ... Developing our Te Ao Māori strategy as an evolving and responsive way to ...


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Teacher wins national award for future-focused education

Her extensive work in te reo Māori and collaborative approach sharing new learnings with other educators has ... of incorporating Māori into the curriculum and says it's what excites her about the future of education in New Zealand.


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Māori versus settlers in the wrestling ring? Hell yes!

It has a pitch that fills a lot of underserved areas in the local TV market: New Zealand hasn't produced any action-oriented programming in years, we ...


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Jasmax and Haumi Partner for Cultural Design

Jasmax has entered into a partnership with leading Māori cultural ... eight years as the director of the New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute.


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NZ tamariki receives $12.5 million funding for raft of new content

NZ tamariki receives $12.5 million funding for raft of new content ... New Zealand tamariki have much to be excited about, with just under $12.5 ... will teach kids some cool new dance moves in K-Pop Academy, and a Rautaki Māori ...


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Māori male death rate from ischaemic heart disease appears to climb

Data from the New Zealand Mortality Collection is for “all deaths” and 10 sub-categories: all cancer, assault, cerebrovascular disease, chronic lower ...


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How to turn Auckland's inner city streets into public spaces people can enjoy

Māori, New Zealand's first people, have also long thought of our shared ... To imagine new kinds of public space is to imagine new ways to enable ...


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A Tātau Kōrero: Craig Pearless

He is now back living in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa and completing his PhD on a topic close to his heart, the Māori Battalion. He has researched every battle, ...


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