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  Let's fight exclusion STIGMABASE  is a canadian non-profit internet initiative dedicated to informing and raising awareness on the damaging effects of social exclusion and stigma around the world. The marginalization of individuals or categories of individuals is a too common phenomenon. Millions of people are facing this problem around the world and many complex factors are involved.

Ignorance is not bliss: Why company directors need to take responsibility

Contrast the Crown fiasco with what happened at Rio Tinto after the destruction of 46,000-year-old Aboriginal caves in Western Australia's Juukan ... View article...

Australians protest Aboriginal deaths in custody, 30 years after major report

 Hundreds of people demonstrated in Australia's major cities on Saturday to protest the deaths of Indigenous people in ... View article...

Aboriginal health leaders confident Pfizer coronavirus vaccine can finish AstraZeneca's job

Remote Indigenous Australians under 50 are now recommended to have the Pfizer shot; But getting that vaccine to remote areas will pose a significant ... View article...

Aboriginal singers the Deadly Nannas are breathing new life into an ancient language

Known as "Nragi Muthar" in Ngarrindjeri, the Deadly Nannas singing group was formed in South Australia almost five years ago to create lullabies for ... View article...

School streaming destroys kids' self-belief

Pressure is building to end academic streaming following a new report that shows the practice disadvantages Māori students. Harmony Te Raki ... View article...

Dozens of social service and health organisations call for drug laws to be overhauled

Māori health organisation National Hauora Coalition clinical director Dr Rawiri McKree Jansen said being dragged into the justice system was ... View article...

Māori Wards must be decided by ratepayers, not councils alone

Māori Wards must be decided by ratepayers, not councils alone ... The Taranaki Regional Council recently resolved to establish a Māori ward in time ... New Zealand had a population of something less than 800,000 but only about ... View article...

Maori wards welcomed by Palmerston North City Council

This decision gives those on the Maori roll an opportunity to vote for their representation at the next two local body elections. "Council has over the last ... View article...

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  Let's fight exclusion STIGMABASE  is a canadian non-profit internet initiative dedicated to informing and raising awareness on the damaging effects of social exclusion and stigma around the world. The marginalization of individuals or categories of individuals is a too common phenomenon. Millions of people are facing this problem around the world and many complex factors are involved.

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Highlights of the week   Our mission is to provide the best information   on global social exclusion ○○  Latest about Global Vaccination ○○

Liberal MP Julian Lesser to discuss Australia's missing constitutional recognition

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are not even mentioned in the Australian Constitution; which effectively means that the Constitution still ... View article...

Australians invited to help shape a future for women free from violence

From tonight, all Australians can add their views and voices to the ... and violence experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. View article...

Neighbours' actors allege racism and homophobia on set of beloved Australian soap

Australia's longest-running soap, "Neighbours," is embroiled in a racism scandal after an Aboriginal actress said she was abused by cast and crew ... View article...

The Aboriginal contribution to Australia's language habitat Gerhard Leitner

On the occasion of Australia's 150th anniversary in. 1938 Aborigines called for the Day of Mourning. Young Australians organized the famous Freedom ... View article...

Colonisation' narrative dangerous for NZ

... New Zealand from 1840 by European, mainly British, settlers, and the arrival of free market capitalism, spelt mostly bad news for Maori. It is a huge ... View article...

Why insurance needs to focus on ethnic and cultural diversity

... with New Zealand Europeans making up 62% of the working population - a ... “Increasing Māori and ethnic diversity within those organisations is now ... “A lot of our vulnerable clients come from my cultural background, Māori and ... View article...

Debbie Ngarewa-Packer Calls On Government To Introduce Targeted Māori Housing Package

Māori homeownership rates have been falling since 1999, and in the latest Census Māori individual home ownership fell to 26 percent, compared with ... View article...

Maori landowners want say in CBD revival

Mixed-use zones had now been used in towns all over New Zealand, Ms Easton said. "There are lots of places where the commercial centre is just a bit ... View article...

More Indigenous sites will be lost if legislation and treaties aren't forthcoming, an Indigenous ...

For generations many farmers in Australian chose one of two paths when they encountered Indigenous sites: either they quietly acknowledged their ... View article...