While Duterte clamps down hard on drugs and corruption, his attitudes on Queer-rights issues border on paradoxical.
The enigma of the East: Duterte and the queer community
Australia’s Afghanistan legacy: Missing in action?
Six years ago I was a soldier in the volatile province of Uruzgan, where Australia sent the bulk of its forces during its commitment to the Afghanistan War. Australia has since withdrawn from Uruzgan, closing another ostensibly successful chapter in its military history and begun celebrating its actions.
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Increasing boys prostitution in Indonesia
He walks into the terrace house with a red face, and lowered head. He shakes hands and sits on the floor cross-legged. His head bowed down, staring at the floor at the Safe House for the Children in East Jakarta. In his 16 years Castro (pseudo name) has lived a life that many of us know nothing about. He spent four months this year being trafficked as a child prostitute.
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