Malala writes open letter pledging continued support of #BringBackOurGirls

One year on, the message of solidarity urging the continued efforts to #BringBackOurGirls is still at the heart of Malala’s fight – and why it should be for all of us too.

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The Lost Girls

Trapped in a cycle of prostitution and poverty, the women and children living in one of Asia’s largest brothels face unthinkable hardship. MiNDFOOD travels to Bangladesh to discover why they are now daring to hope for a brighter future.

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World Refugee Day – Join the conversation

Join the conversation with us this World Refugee Day – June 20 – as we uncover the facts about asylum seekers and refugees in Australia.

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Celebrating Women Series – Ming Yu

Having dedicated 20 years to human rights issues, Amnesty International’s Ming Yu believes we can all help to change the lives of women around the world.

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Afghan women’s rights post-withdrawal

Following the military withdrawal from Afghanistan, now more than ever, we must safeguard Afghan women’s rights, says Amnesty International.

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Homeless In New Dehli

As homeless struggle in India, Amnesty International warns that inaction on human rights makes world increasingly dangerous place for migrants.

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New Zealand celebrities in Amnesty appeal

Some of New Zealand’s favourite celebrities including Oscar Kightley, Hollie Smith, Tiki Taane, Te Radar, and Peter Gordon are lending their support to Amnesty International’s annual appeal. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Italy’s rich get richer despite crisis

Wealthy Italians have grown richer during the economic crisis thanks to money shipped home under a generous tax amnesty, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers study. MiNDFOOD reports.

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