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Rajendra’s Story

Rajendra is a victim of the global asbestos industry. He’s taking the voice of victims of asbestos-related diseases to the Rotterdam Convention meeting.

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Five things … about Australia’s Foreign Policy

Our government has been asking Australians to have their say about our foreign affairs policy. Here’s a few ideas!   Inequality – it’s on the rise, here at home and around the world. In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, the wealth of the super-rich has...

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Through the Eyes of Women

In November 2016, the Karen Women’s Organisation released their first ‘Situation Update’, an in-depth report on recent events and the effect on women, refugees and communities living on the Thai-Myanmar border, inside Karen State and also in greater Myanmar.

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Civil society remains outspoken as democratic space in Cambodia shrinks

Democratic space in Cambodia has shrunk further with the passing of controversial changes to Cambodia’s Law on Political Parties on 15 February.

The Cambodian National Assembly has approved legislation prohibiting those convicted of crimes from leading political parties, and allows the Ministry of the Interior to dissolve political parties that threaten “national unity”. It also prevents political parties from accepting donations from overseas, a clause designed to curb the influence of the Cambodian diaspora.

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