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An Infographic of Singapore Sex Work Structural Violence

Feature Article|Singapore Key Population Gender Equality Rights
Publication For Singapore Diverse Gender and Nationalities of Sex-
Workers Community. 142 more words

Selfless students support community in need

John Paul College’s food van, dubbed the ‘Community Companion’ is seeking to take on an additional night of service due to an increased demand.

Reason for this increased demand is because Frankston has one of the highest concentrations of homelessness in Victoria. 318 more words


Wearing The Rainbow Badge

Christians in Ancient Rome were regarded with deep suspicion. Why? They did not attend the pagan temples or participate in their rituals and activities. 987 more words

Persecution Of Christians

Cashless India: A new digital divide?

Volume 3        Issue 2        February 2018

On November 8, 2016, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation in a televised announcement, stating that “the 500 rupee and 1000 rupee currency notes presently in use will no longer be legal tender from midnight tonight”. 644 more words

ICT4D Briefings

What are Marginalised Groups?

You may not be familiar with the term marginalised groups. So what do we mean by marginalised?

The Oxford English dictionary definition of marginalisation is: “To render or treat as marginal; to remove from the centre or mainstream; to force (an individual, minority group, etc.) to the periphery of a dominant social group; (gen.) to belittle, depreciate, discount, or dismiss.” Within the academic literature, similar definitions have been used. 285 more words

Patient Safety

Subversive and counter-cultural (politically correct)

Christmas 1 – 2017

Luke 2:22-40

Marian Free

In the name of God who does not discriminate, but who values each one of us just as we are. 1,023 more words

Luke's Gospel

Christmas Greetings 2017 from the UNESCO Chair in ICT4D

Members and Affiliated Members of the UNESCO Chair in ICT4D would like to take this opportunity to share these images from a nativity scene in Macau earlier this month and wish all of their friends and colleagues a happy, peaceful and relaxed Christmas.  126 more words