This publication is designed stimulate debate and behavioural change in society.
Not all LGBT people identify with LGBT culture; unawareness of the subculture’s existence, fear of social stigma or a preference for remaining unidentified with sexuality- or gender-based subcultures or communities.
Do you know where HIV/AIDS come from, and the impact it had on society?, both as an illness and as a source of discrimination.ntil mid-1982 that scientists realised the ‘disease’ was also spreading among other populations the ‘disease’ was finally named AIDS.
The Sociological imagination is the awareness of the relationship between personal experience and the wider society.
A blog about coming out. Tell a lie and it will become part of your future, tell the truth it becomes part of your past.
As Nelson Mandela says, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Education is the key to eliminating gender inequality, to reducing poverty, to creating a sustainable planet, to preventing needless deaths and illness, and to fostering peace. Apr 23, 2013 A new breed Continue Reading
The LGBT community has taken an increasingly proactive stand in defining its own culture with a primary goal of achieving an affirmative visibility in mainstream media.
PwC says it would result in $280 million of lost productivity, on top of the cost of running the nationwide campaign, estimated at $158 million by the Australian Electoral Commission.
Can you find Wally?
Verified, fact-based information is presumed to be an important feature in society, for citizens individually and for democratic governance as a whole. During much the 20th century, legacy news media enjoyed a prominent position in attempting to fulfill that role, reporting on happenings near and far. Journalists professionalized over time, Continue Reading