FOR far too many decades, growing-up pains for girls have been to live with discrimination and cultural taboos when pursuing an education and a decent job.
Reports of discrimination across all levels of English football rose by 32% last season.
With Tiny Toones, Tuy ‘Kay Kay’ Sobil and his team provide education, albeit not in the most traditional sense, that is meant to help keep underprivileged and marginalised kids off the streets. But life for Kay Kay is not a bed of roses.
Government officials yesterday marked National Disability Day and encouraged disabled youths to be globally competitive.
Better Factories Cambodia has found that more and more factories in the country are complying with its standards when dealing with critical worker issues after it began conducting studies on factory compliance.
The government will extend the National Strategy on Disability for another four years.
PM orders the Health Ministry to monitor hospitals providing free medical check-ups.
Despite all the support from Cambodia’s Royal Family and some public figures, anti-discrimination legislation has yet to be drafted and those who violate the rights of LGBTIQ people live with seeming impunity.
Malaysia’s new government faces challenges. The most urgent parts of a democracy agenda, non-discrimination and freedom of thought.
The principles of openness, non-discrimination, transparency and open regionalism – which have helped generate prosperity in the region, especially for developing economies in Asia – are being severely challenged.
People with disabilities – those with no limbs or on wheelchairs – are not a rare sight.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on all local authorities not to brand villagers as opposition activists when they protest to demand land dispute resolutions, noting that his ruling CPP is aiming to stay in power indefinitely.
LGBT members ask the government to provide legal protection policies.
The woman identified as the attacker at YouTube’s headquarters is a vegan blogger.