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Space to be me: LGBT+ and disabled in Hong Kong

Disabled and LGBT+ Hongkongers speak about their daily struggles to express themselves in the face of discrimination and enduring stigma.

28 Aug, 2020

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Medical masks are magnifying Hong Kong’s ongoing pollution crisis

Disposable Covid-19 gear has led to widespread pollution across Hong Kong. Let's talk about mask waste, and better alternatives.

26 Aug, 2020

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Totally ‘unprepared’: The Philippines’ education system is buckling under COVID-19

The Philippines’ underfunded public education system is attempting a digital transformation during COVID-19. But many of the nation’s 27.2 million students lack basics like the internet and other ...

13 Aug, 2020

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Jobs, sports and community: Macao disability advocate unpacks how to support people with intellectual disabilities

Ada Lo, a member of the Macao government’s Rehabilitation Affairs Committee and longtime advocate for people with disabilities shares her thoughts on how vocational training programmes, athletics ...

23 Jul, 2020

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5 socially conscious art experiences to explore this summer

From creative streaks during social isolation to immersive gardens with a story, these artistic events examine social justice issues from all angles.

14 Jul, 2020

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Talk, Listen, Care: Why we need to raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention in young people

Based on personal experience, The Weez Project’s founder Ann Pearce shares her views on how we can prevent youth suicides in Hong Kong.

7 Jul, 2020

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The Siddi: An African tribe’s story of slavery, racial oppression and hope in India

Originally from Africa, the Siddi tribe is gradually finding a foothold in India after more than a millennium of exclusion and racial stigma.

23 Jun, 2020

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#KuToo: Japanese women are saying no to high heels – here’s why

Yumi Ishikawa, founder of Japan’s KuToo movement, is working to ban compulsory high heels and slut-shaming

25 May, 2020

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Meet the volunteers leading COVID-19 relief efforts in the Philippines, US and UK

From delivering food to providing emotional support, volunteers around the world are stepping up in thoughtful, innovative ways.

20 May, 2020

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What it’s like to be “gay and grey” in Hong Kong

Rejected by society and the mainstream LGBT+ scene, many of Hong Kong’s older gay men face a life of solitude and prejudice in their twilight years.

29 Apr, 2020

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