Hear Joyce Odame share about Child Exploitation
Featured
Hear Joyce Odame share about Child Exploitation

Ghana, Human Rights, slavery

Hear Joyce Odame share about Child Exploitation

Posted on 31 January 2014

The most vulnerable victims of poverty are children. Commercial and sexual exploitation of children is unfortunately a major issue globally, and particularly in poor countries with weak economic and justice systems. Joyce Odame, Program Manager for Child Rights at International Needs Ghana, will be visiting Australia during March 2014 and will be participating at the […] Continue Reading

Comments (0)

Warehouse Needed to Pack Typhoon Relief Goods

Humanitarian, Philippines, tragedy

Warehouse Needed to Pack Typhoon Relief Goods

Posted on 24 November 2013

Can you help? We’re urgently in need of a warehouse in Melbourne to receive donated goods, as well as volunteers, packing boxes, and donations. On 8th November 2013, a devastating typhoon struck through the centre of the Philippines, destroying homes and lives in minutes, weaving its way across this beautiful but impoverished country, leaving thousands dead […] Continue Reading

Comments (0)

Australia, Commerce

Australian Federal Budget a cynical political move at our expense

Posted on 09 May 2012

The Australian Federal Labor Party has broken virtually every significant promise made before the last election, and are now  a hair’s breadth from being the most unpopular they’ve ever been. Whilst they’d never admit it publicly, they haven’t got a snowball’s chance in hell of being re-elected when voters head back to the booths next […] Continue Reading

Comments (0)

Australia, Commerce

Implications of offshoring for your brand image

Posted on 27 February 2012

Two years ago I posted my first article in this series on offshoring. The ideas behind it had already been percolating for a couple of years, and my thoughts on this controversial topic continue to develop over time. I don’t intend to claim any moral high ground, but it’s my hope that I can contribute […] Continue Reading

Comments (0)

Technology, thinking

Too Connected For Our Own Good?

Posted on 13 January 2012

Around the world, we’re all becoming ‘connected’ 24 hours a day. We’re tweeting, texting, emailing, Facebooking, and generally accessing and accessible from the moment we wake up (sometimes even moments before), until after we’ve switched off the light and are about to drift off to sleep in bed. China has 500million internet users; Brazil had […] Continue Reading

Comments (1)

quotes

If you are not part of the cure, then you are part of the problem.

Posted on 16 December 2011

If you are not part of the cure, then you are part of the problem. Continue Reading

Comments (0)

SEE MORE ARTICLES IN THE ARCHIVE

Advertise Here

Photos from our Flickr stream

See all photos

Advertise Here