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Treatment for disordered eating should be informed by personal identity struggles that are deeply embedded in specific social, political and economic contexts.

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Australian researchers urge prioritising evidence-based solutions and incorporating Indigenous experiences to tackle rising gender-based violence cases.

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India is behind in handling intimate partner violence. Getting on top of the problem requires reform in law, health policy and changing attitudes.

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Efforts to address social issues risk being co-opted for political gain or used to further divisive agendas.

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Restoring dignity in women’s labour can give older women the care and respect they deserve in late life.

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Living with daughters can help lower gender wellbeing inequality in old age. But for that, cultural traditions in Asian societies need to change.

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Summer holidays in Australia are not what they used to be due to climate change and the increasing threat of bushfires.

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For years, sperm donors believed their identity would remain secret, but the explosion of online DNA databases changed everything.

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The nature of transnational surrogacy, where an intended parent seeks a woman to carry their baby internationally, allows people to circumvent national laws.

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Surrogate children to single men face no more chance of emotional trauma than any other children.

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Surrogacy is banned in Indonesia but that may not always be the case. How does the conversation about legalising it begin?

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