Posts Tagged ‘Cross Cultural Relationships’

Our Stories on a Plate brings women of all cultural backgrounds together. Comments 0

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Sikka is a teacher at Henderson Primary School but spreads herself across the community as a volunteer, mentoring high school girls and teaching yoga classes to refugee women on Fridays. In between, she’s organising workshops to empower refugee and migrant women as the founder of Our Stories on Plate, an initiative to address the realities of Read more

Teachers from Australia enriched by Kiribati outreach experience Comments 0

Friday, September 23rd, 2016
outreach experience

A group of 12 teachers from the Port Pirie Diocese in South Australia have recently returned from a 12-day outreach experience in Kiribati. Known as the “Kiribati Commitment”, the programme aims to provide young teachers in the Port Pirie Diocese with an opportunity to live and work alongside the Good Samaritan Sisters in Kiribati and Read more

Don’t point the finger at Aussies – Pasifika families unfairly deported from NZ Comments 0

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

Rather than point the finger at Australia, New Zealand needs to clean up its own act. Each year hundreds of mainly Pasifika families are putting their trust in the wrong people and it was costing them dearly, an immigration lawyer says. Richard Small’s comments come after a Tongan family he represented won a last-ditch appeal Read more

Cross-cultural news coverage suffers in re-invention of media Comments 0

Friday, May 31st, 2013

The pressure of slashed media budgets, faster news schedules and attempts by Governments to control the flow of information is making it harder for journalists to do their job – truth-seeking and truth telling. And that isn’t good for cross-cultural news coverage, says Professor Mark Pearson. Continue reading   Related Posts:Biased coverage of Syria’s six-year Read more