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Claudia Rise (@claudia_rise) Instagram Profile Photoclaudia_rise

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This song is about Wendy who died of AIDS. I was thinking about this song last week when Bob Hawke died. Australia has him to thank for ACTION on the AIDS epidemic, leading to the nation's relatively low rate of the disease, which is something not many other countries can be grateful for *side-eyes Reagan*. I am really sad/irate/frustrated that Australia has once again voted into leadership a party/person that seems hell bent on INACTION at great cost to its people's wellbeing. Now before anybody questions my comment about inaction, I would like to point out that ScoMo: ABSTAINED from the marriage equality vote, biggest claim to fame is that he 'STOPPED the boats', and vehemently OPPOSED school children exercising their democratic right to protest about climate change. All those capitalised verbs symbolise INACTION. The HIV virus has infected 70 million people around the world. 40 million people are currently living with the disease today. The disease was identified and named in 1981 - Reagan didn't acknowledge it until the late 80s, many other State leaders didn't until well into the 90s. Governments around the world were too scared to talk about condoms, queers, drugs, sex, sex work and needles. So they didn't. And they didn't implement policies until it was too late. Until there was tainted blood for nice ppl who needed blood transfusions and hetero married non-IDU people were contracting. People vote for what matters most to them. For most people that means economic security. Makes sense. It's a privilege to be able to not have economic security define your vote. But why can't we have good economic policy for all that also delivers real action on social and environmental policy for all? It's been nearly 40 years since the outbreak of AIDS and we are still dealing with its devastating impact. In another 40 years, I don't want to still be dealing with the fact that 1 woman dies per week at the hands of her partner/ex-partner, that mental health service providers cannot meet the demand for their services, that we are illegally detaining ppl, that ATSI ppl are so incarcerated, or that the bloody world is sinking and all humans and animals will die.

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There’s nothing like a picture of Isadore from Burundi to bring a bit of joy to a Monday morning. . . The wonderful Isadore, Secretary of ASSEJEBA Batwa Indigenous Leadership Team, working their flip flops off to promote the rights of the minority Batwa of Burundi.

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Krystle ⚚ Rose

 Instagram Image by Krystle ⚚ Rose (@krystlerising) with caption : "THE FUTURE BELONGS TO US NOW... This system has always been broken. But now, what’s even more devastating is the number " at Byron Bay, New South Wales - 2047810966940045300

THE FUTURE BELONGS TO US NOW... This system has always been broken. But now, what’s even more devastating is the number of our human friends that are disconnected from the meaning of “LIFE”. Our fundamental basics, clean water, clean air, clean food - to the innate intrinsic natural eco systems, microorganisms and forest beds are our support systems, the things we need to survive on this planet the most, are being wiped out. Our insects and animals, just look at the numbers. This racist, thieving, mining government is clearly choosing to destroy all life on Earth..... and because of some short term promises, barbaric marketing, complacency and downright selfish greed, WE CHOSE THEM. This fight is greater than ever expected. For those that see the truth. It’s time to organise ourselves, to educate ourselves and to get involved. If we rise up, we can make change happen. We got to lead the way. COMPASSION OVER ANGER. LOVE OVER FEAR. Together we’ve got this. The time to vote is now! 🌏♥️🌏

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Human Rights Hub @ HKU

Today’s luncheon seminar - We had Dr Jen Hendry, Associate Professor in Law and Social Justice at the @universityofleeds and Visiting Fellow of @ccplhku, sharing with us her recent research on the rights of indigenous peoples and the concept of collective rights. The seminar was chaired by CCPL’s Director Kelley Loper. rights

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As lame as it may be.. Visiting the Supreme Court of Canada was one of the top things on my Bucket List 😂 It was a really cool experience ❤ It was here in this court house where Indigenous People won many cases that affirmed their inherent rights despite the odds ❤ 🇨🇦 #indigenousrights

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Joliene Adams

 Instagram Image by Joliene Adams (@jolieneadams) with caption : "Question for you. But first, a comment. Living on #RapaNui is a privilege, not a right. As such & so long as I continue " at Ahu tongariki, Rapa Nui - 2047661339440011570

Question for you. But first, a comment. Living on is a privilege, not a right. As such & so long as I continue to have the privilege of living here, what are YOU most interested in seeing? Obviously the moai are fascinating and incredible. There are large quantities of photos of them far better than I could ever take. And let’s be honest, an individual life and the adventures within it can be interesting but only to a certain point. So long as I get to be here, what do you want to see of this place you never have? I’ll happily be your lens although please understand I am still cultivating photography skills. . . . Una pregunta para ti. Pero primero, un comentario. Vivir en es un privilegio, no un derecho. Como tal y mientras siguo tener el privilegio de vivir aquí, ¿qué es lo que más te interesa ver? Obviamente los moai son fascinantes e increíbles. Pero ya hay una caleta de fotos de ellos ya... y de los que existen, la mayoría son mucho mejor de lo que podría tomar. Y seamos honestos, una vida individual (como mia) y las aventuras dentro de ella pueden ser interesantes pero solo hasta cierto punto. Mientras tengo el privilegio de estar aquí, me interesa saber.... qué quieres ver de este lugar que nunca has visto? Felizmente seré tu lente, aunque, por favor, comprenda que todavía estoy cultivando habilidades de fotografía. . . . #indigenousrights 🌲