It’s a time when governments must understand that ‘business of conflict’ should be stopped and solutions and negotiations must take place.
Hong Kong: official report to China lacking political solution, say lawmakers
Twenty-three pan-democratic lawmakers described the lengthy document submitted to Beijing as a chronology of events that lacks a solution to the political stalemate in Hong Kong.
How does Japan view ‘Unbroken’?
In the just-released film “Unbroken,” as in real life, U.S. Army Air Corps Lt. Louis Zamperini was beaten, starved and forced to work as a slave laborer by his Japanese captors.
Mary Shantini Dairiam: a relentless fighter for gender equality in Malaysia
Mary Shanthi Dairiam, 75, has spent half her life advocating for human rights and women’s rights all over the world.
Myanmar workers facing exploitation in Thai sweatshops
Migrant workers from Myanmar are subject to ‘wage theft’ in Thailand say campaigners for ethics in the garment making industry. But the organisation cannot name and shame the apparel brands benefitting from the exploitation – because the workers have no idea whose brands they are making clothes for.