Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Supporting Men > Equality

Diversity: Auckland woman who makes 4000 dumplings a day

Meet the Auckland woman who makes 4000 dumplings a day https://t.co/gRdflo0UuR #NewshubReboot pic.twitter.com/aBR7He9fE5 — Newshub Features (@NewshubFeatures) December 28, 2017 By 2038, Asians will become New Zealand's second-largest ethnic group, surpassing both Pacific Islanders and Māori. They bring with them a rich culture and cuisine that owner Ping Xiao says Kiwi customers

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Ultimately, though, she hopes there’ll be no need for a Disability Rights Commissioner.

Paula Tesoriero - fighting for equality https://t.co/Gw4ziYJFy1— NZ Human Rights Commission (@NZHumanRights) December 16, 2017 The role of Disability Rights Commissioner was one she was destined for, she says. Growing up with a disability in New Zealand, her journey as a paralympic athlete, her engagement with disability organisations, and her legal

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#Terrorism

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/03/25/west-europe-is-safer-now-than-in-the-1970s-and-safer-than-almost/ The rise of urban terrorism is not a departure from recent European history but a return to the norm. The exceptional period was the late 1990s, when there was relative peace in our cities. But before then, various political groups regarded the slaughter of innocent civilians as a legitimate political

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#Woman #bipolar #denied #travel #insurance

Woman with bipolar denied travel insurance amid outrage at industry's unwillingness to cover mental health sufferers. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw5IDenTY http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/bupa-travel-insurance-mental-health-coverage-bipolar-woman-denied-coverage-a7981226.html Ms Watson told The Independent she had initially decided to use Bupa because she had been physically unwell as she suffered from acid reflux and irritable bowel syndrome. Neither had anything to do with

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#Gender #equality #correlates #male-on-female #murder

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2016/10/fear-of-a-female-president/497564/ It gets worse. In a study of several hundred people, Jennifer Berdahl of the University of British Columbia found that women who “deviated from traditional gender roles—by occupying a ‘man’s’ job or having a ‘masculine’ personality” were disproportionately targeted for sexual harassment. But sexual harassment isn’t more likely only when women

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#Australians #reject #marriage #equality

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/sep/25/australian-voters-support-for-marriage-equality-falling-poll-shows Support for same-sex marriage has fallen during the national survey on the issue, according to Newspoll. The proportion of voters who support same-sex marriage now stands at 57%, compared to 63% in August and 62% in September last year. The no vote has lifted to 34%, from 30% in August and 32%

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