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.

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Rotorua to get first bilingual road sign

Rotorua to get first bilingual road sign
- This is where a large population of Māori live so the language should be displayed. Ratu Tibble, who also lives in Rotorua is supportive of the idea. “The world has changed," says Tibble, "There are many people who come here with their own language so why not?”. NZ Transport Agency says after the ...