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  • Doctrine divides, Action unites October 2014 Famers of Hacienda Luisita in the Philippines protest against their inability to own the land they work in spite of a Supreme Court decision in 2012 ordering a distribution of the land to them. (Photo from http://luisitawatch.wordpress.com ) A Hacienda of Injustice in the Philippines Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development In...
    CHAN Beng Seng Jan 6, 2015
  • Doctrine divides, Action unites September 2014 Games were a source of communicating a message to the children in a rural village school during Inspiration Day in Indonesia’s province of Central Sulawesi—in this case to let their dreams fly high—as well as to have fun. Inspiration for the Inspirator Gunawan The author participated in a program through which the youth in...
    CHAN Beng Seng Dec 22, 2014
  • Doctrine divides, Action unites August 2014 The Cambodian Political Crisis Hor Hen For more than a year, Cambodia has been a land of protests as many citizens do not accept the results of the national election held in July 2013 in which the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) was declared the winner and its leader, Hun Sen, remained as prime minister—a position he has...
    CHAN Beng Seng Oct 5, 2014
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  • Doctrine divides, Action unites July 2014 The smiles of these children from the Tharu ethnic minority community in Nepal do not indicate that many of them will drop out of school and become child laborers because the medium of instruction is foreign to them. (Photo from www.right4children.org ) Mother Tongue Education: The Foundation of Tharu Children Learning in School Shree Ram...
    CHAN Beng Seng Aug 26, 2014
  • Doctrine divides, Action unites June 2014 Children labor in Nepal because an education offers little hope to them for a better future. (Photo from http://myriverside.sd43.bc.ca ) Nepal’s Poor Educational Results a Byproduct of Systemic Economic Exploitation Shree Ram Chaudhary Annual exam results have recently been released in Nepal with the scores, like last year, not...
    CHAN Beng Seng Jul 12, 2014
  • Doctrine divides, Action unites May 2014 Indigenous Karen people in Thailand meet together in the forest to discuss how to preserve this natural resource that sustains their life and culture. (Photo by Kipho Mora) Indigenous Karen Protect Thai Forest Kipho Mora Preservation or degradation, injustice or development—these are the opposing perceptions of people who have lived and...
    CHAN Beng Seng Jun 17, 2014
  • Doctrine divides, Action unites April 2014 The life of Khusmoni Rema, a Garo woman in Bangladesh, centers around the production of food for her family and community. (Photo by Shalomi Sangma) A Dream of a Garo Woman in Bangladesh Shalomi Sangma The author is a member of the Garo tribal community in Bangladesh who explains the important role that Garo women play in their...
    CHAN Beng Seng May 11, 2014
  • Doctrine divides, Action unites March 2014 The artwork of Karen children living in a refugee camp in Thailand expresses their current life and their hopes and dreams for the future. (Drawing by Saw Win) A Drawing Tells a Thousand Stories Saw Mort The author, a Karen activist from Burma living and working in a refugee camp in Thailand, explains how art can be promoted to encourage...
    CHAN Beng Seng Apr 8, 2014
  • Doctrine divides, Action unites February 2014 An elderly woman cries amidst the remains of her home in Cambodia after people in her community of Borei Keila in Phnom Penh were forcibly evicted in January 2012. (Photo from http://ki-media.blogspot.hk ) The Role of Religions in Society Hor Hen The author shares his thoughts about the social responsibilities of religion in society...
    CHAN Beng Seng Mar 26, 2014
  • Doctrine divides, Action unites January 2014 Poverty in Cambodia is not the result of people being unwilling to do dirty and dangerous jobs. In fact, they must often take such jobs just to survive. Rather, the invisible hand of corruption that distorts the distribution of wealth and resources in the country is a major factor for their economic hardships. (Photo from http...
    CHAN Beng Seng Feb 11, 2014