discrimination

Designing museums for people with disabilities is a critical step towards democratising the arts and challenging power relations within museums.

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International Museum Day provides an opportunity to think about whose stories are told and whose are left out when we commemorate the past.

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The sanctity of a marriage provides no protection to interfaith couples and those in live-in relationships are even more vulnerable

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Fair access to water is an issue for millions of people in India. Who controls access and how this is governed needs fixing.

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‘Neglecting and causing harm’: Overlooking autistic and ADHD women has been the norm for generations. Gender bias in this field is a public health concern.

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Women with chronic pain want to be listened to, believed, responded to, and effectively treated. Are their cries finally being heard?

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Almost 4000 years since “hysteria” was blamed on the wandering uterus, sexism in healthcare persists. The costs to women are catastrophic.

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Local governments represent an untapped resource in the fight against disinformation about migrants, especially in the cities where the effects are felt.

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Indian law needs clearer definitions regarding punishment, degree of regulation of acid sales, and concrete visions for rehabilitation programs.

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Australia is getting close to eliminating HIV transmission, but inequities in the delivery and uptake of prevention and treatment strategies remain.

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Excessive social media use among university students has been linked to a decline in their mental health.

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