equality

126 years of Suffrage: The women continuing the fight for gender equality

New Zealand is no longer the world leader in gender equality. So, 126 years on from becoming the first country to give women the right to vote, MiNDFOOD speaks to the women leading by their own examples.

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‘Marriage for all’: Germany’s first same-sex wedding

New law sees first same-sex marriage in Germany.

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10 ways to promote social justice everyday

Amid growing uncertainty and turmoil around the globe, it takes courage to stand up for what you think is right. So how can we be the change we want to see in the world?

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Charlize Theron on the slow progress of equality in hollywood

The South-African actress has spoken out against damaging and unrealistic societal attitudes towards women and ageing.

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‘Gayby Baby’ banned from being screened in Sydney School

Burwood Girls High School has been banned from showing documentary on gay parenting despite receiving no complaints from parents.

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Madeline Stuart will walk the runway at New York Fashion Week

Inspirational model is determined to not let Down Syndrome define her.

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Drummer Boy

He didn’t want to quit band, but he had to, until his teacher found another way for him to stay.

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Meryl Streep urges congress to back equal rights amendment

Our July cover star, Meryl Streep is taking a stand against inequality by addressing congress.

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Who’s Sounding Off Now

Zoe Saldana talks to us about female roles in Hollywood, bridging the pay gap and shutting down sexism for good.

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Women are still doing more housework than men

Why are women STILL doing more housework than men?

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It Was Never a Dress campaign encourages women in all areas

#Itwasneveradress is all about challenging stereotypes about women

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Lucy Hawking appeals to Katie Hopkins to “Stop making life harder for disabled people”

Lucy Hawking’s plea to columnist Katie Hopkins to end her dangerous campaign against those with disabilities.

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Why this photo of two women embracing has gone viral

A photo of two women hugging at train station in Brazil has gone viral … for an amazing reason.

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Same sex relationships recognised in Japan for first time

Japan is inching closer to allowing same-sex marriage with this important move in Tokyo

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Indian village plants 111 trees for every girl born

A village in India plants 111 trees for every girl child born, safeguarding their future and a better life.

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Gender pay gap will close … in 2058, new report finds

Gender pay equality in 2058? Not soon enough, we say

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Protests in India over gang rape of photojournalist

Politicians call for social awareness as well as adequate security measures for women following the gang rape of a young photojournalist in Mumbai.

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Celebrations as France votes for same-sex marriage

As a protester interrupts the final vote at the French General Assembly, same sex marriage supporters break out the champagne. The assembly voted yesterday to back a landmark law legalizing same-sex marriage and adoption.

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Red equality symbol in support of gay marriage goes viral

Millions of social media users have been sharing a simple red logo to show their support for gay marriage this week.

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Ending violence against women

Today, as we commemorate International Women’s Day, we are being asked to acknowledge the acts of violence still committed against women everywhere.

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Love doesn’t hurt

Valentine’s day is a great opportunity to celebrate love in our lives, but also a time to celebrate that love is built through respect and equality.

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MiNDFOOD Radio featuring Dan Englund & Michelle McHugh

In this week’s show our food director Michelle talks to us about her favourite in season fruit, blood oranges. We catch up with Dan Englund on his 1000km run for stroke awareness & learn why gay marriage is inevitable.

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The case for gay marriage in Australia

Pol MCann, a sociologist at the Jansen Newman Institute for Counselling and Psychotherapy, discusses why he thinks gay marriage in Australia is inevitable.

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MiNDFOOD Radio featuring Joanna Tovia & Dr Mary Grogan

We chat to Joanna Tovia about her trip to Somalia to find out about child marriages and gender equality in Africa, plus Dr Mary Grogan fills us in on the forgotten eating disorder – binge eating, and more.

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