Attacks on Female Candidates: Landmark Achievement Turns Sour

Over the past weeks female candidates contesting at the Local Governent elections have been subjected to attacks ranging from verbal abuse, psychological abuse to physical
violence.

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Interview with Shreen Saroor, winner of Franco-German Prize for Human Rights and the Rule of Law

Human Rights Activist Shreen Abdul Saroor is one of the fifteen activists who has been awarded the Franco-German Prize for Human Rights and the Rule of Law this year. The prize is awarded to dedicated Human Rights defenders from around the world who have done outstanding work in their respective countries to uphold human rights and the rule of law.

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Racism At Job Interview In Australia

In 1959 Howard Griffin, an American journalist turned ‘black’ by taking pigment changing pills to conduct a participant observation on the plight of ‘Negroes’ in Southern United States where racial segregation was legally approved. He documented his observations in his book ‘Black like me’ which crushed the opportunistic notion among white men that racial discrimination […]

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