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More than 1.5 million children in Ghana and the Ivory Coast work in the chocolate industry, most in dangerous conditions, the report found.

MediaNet Release, 24 September 2020:Treating our elderly people ethically and with transparencyUNSW’s Richard Hugman says it is time to stop treating elderly people as objects, as the Royal Commission into Aged Care and Safety continues.The dramati...

Investments in privacy tools and management practices now are almost certain to deliver major business dividends in the future.

Remember that Trump photo op in front of St. John's Church in Lafayette Square in DC, on June 1st, where American citizens were tear-gassed? Military police were also considering using what is described as a heat ray to burn the skin of people protes...

Trump seems determined to turn the United States into a rogue nation. This country was once a world leader in spreading democracy, protecting the environment, supporting world peace, and supporting human rights. Trump has done serious damage to...

A 31 August 2020 email Opposition Leader and Labor MP for  Anthony Albanese is sending out:Tell the Morrison Government to fix aged care Neglect. That’s the legacy of the Morrison Government when it comes to aged care. People with open sores l...

An estimated 221,300 people in Australia entered aged care services between 2009–10 and 2018–19. Months before the COVID-19 global pandemic hit, in fact on 31 October 2019, the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety published an...