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Cambodian women are speaking up for their rights; it’s time we listen

Reflecting on International Women’s Day, CCHR looks at the Cambodian women who are challenging gender norms by fighting for their rights

In every facet of society, women across the world continue to possess fewer advantages while enduring greater threats to their safety and well-being. 1,049 more words

Cambodia

Montana Employees 'Most Engaged' In the Nation

A Gallup poll was released this week with the headline:  Montana Ranks Highest in Employee Engagement in 2013 and 2014.

That Montana appears in a national news headline is, in itself, newsworthy.  609 more words

Montana

Don’t be too quick to ‘Recognise’

In the wake of the recent news that the Federal government may be pulling the funding for essential services to over 140 communities, effectively forcing them to close, many Australians are looking for ways to show support to Aboriginal communities. 1,058 more words

Aboriginal

Salt 5 Workshop|Conversation with Jerome Renggoi Anak Leonard

In my earlier post focusing the Malaysian youth focused initiative by SALT Movement and its recent training workshop, I felt it would be very interesting for readers to also know first hand experience of a youth participant in the training. 641 more words

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