Stigmabase lists every week — 52 weeks per year — stories about social exclusion and its causes throughout the world — in 12 languages. Stigmabase hopes to be a vehicle for change and combat social exclusion throughout the world.

The Stigmabase initiative is part of a Multilateralism approach and rejects any populist, souverainism, nationalist, hate and fundamentalist doctrine. Stigmabase believes in A TOTAL equality between the sexes, races, cultures, and equal opportunities for all.




Only 0.3% of young Hongkongers see themselves as Chinese: survey

Only 0.3% of young Hongkongers see themselves as Chinese: survey
- Most people in Hong Kong, especially the younger ones, do not see themselves as Chinese, according to a survey on locals' ethnic identity. Among the 1,034 respondents randomly interviewed by phone between Dec. 4 and 6, 39 percent identified themselves as “Hongkongers” while 14 percent as .