Press Release – For more than a century the Manobo-Pulangiyon of Bukidnon have been forced to live in the sidelines of their ancestral land, away from where their tribe can cultivate food, hunt for survival, or access water sources. Amnesty International Philippines held a press conference on Friday, ahead of the National Indigenous Peoples Month in October, to support 1,490 families of the Manobo-Pulangiyon, who have been desperately seeking for justice for the encroachment of their ancestral land.
Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt. (11 November 2022) –The climate crisis is here – and its impacts, from wildfires to floods and heatwaves, are already being felt in all corners of the globe.
A new global study from WTW (NASDAQ: WTW) highlights a startling difference between the wealth accumulation of men and women at the point of retirement around the world.
The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas will begin celebrations for its 20th anniversary with a special seminar atContinue Reading
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN – Media OutReach – 18 July 2022 – Asian University for Women (AUW), based in Chittagong, Bangladesh, offered hundreds of new scholarshipsContinue Reading