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#BreakTheBias : Women Can Do What They Want

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On 8th of March, we celebrated International Women’s Day. The International Women’s Day theme for year 2022 is “Gender Equality Today for Sustainable Tomorrow”, and the campaign theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is #BreakTheBias. We celebrate Women’s Day to celebrate social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. IWD is also aimed to create awareness among women to stand for themselves and fight against patriarchy.  Read more

Turkish Unconditionally Love for Animal: What Can We Learn

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Are you guys one of those people who love animals? If your answer is yes, it must be a wholesome thing for you to know how much Turkish people love animals. Maybe it sounds like a simple routine but actually preserving animals, especially stray dogs, cats, and birds has been a culture for Turkish people.

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How Upper Class Sport Manage a Humanity Campaign

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Since COVID-19 was stated as a pandemic, people around the world need to stop their outdoor activity. Most of us start to work from home, leaving materialistic business voluntary or forced. The usual high mobilization that we’ve been doing needs a break in order to delay spread of COVID-19 virus. In order to occupy our social activity that we used to do, social media is a savior kit for people around the world to connect with other people socially.

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The War and The Victims: A Better Understanding Why It Hurts

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About 76 years ago after the Second World War, we thought we finally terminated the violence in this world. But then comes the Cold War. After the Uni Soviet split out, yet we thought peacefulness came to rescue our situation. But in fact, there are wars and conflicts that never come to an end until now. Ironically, nowadays while people choose to focus on human rights or any of the exclusive movements that do exist, old issue like war and conflict has been imperishable for dozens of centuries. It’s an immortal issue.

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Online Classes: Lets Talk About Anxiety during The Covid-19 Pandemic

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No one is ready for this long Covid-19 pandemic situation. Nobody is preparing for this uncomfortable condition we have been through. Yet, it has been almost two years since we are living with this covid-19. The covid-19 pandemic is affecting us in so many ways. Some people lost their jobs, some lost their minds, and tragically, some people even lost their loved ones. Pandemic must have been a rough time. And it seems reasonable for people to have anxiety. But life must go on, isn’t it? And as time passed by we are only learning to heal ourselves.

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The Youth, The One That Should Move

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She was young, educated, and gave an impact on society. She empowered women through education and changed our history forever. Who doesn’t know her? Yes! She is Kartini. Well known for her prominent letter “Door Duisternis Tot Licht” or “Habis Gelap Terbitlah terang” As a young woman who had the privilege, Kartini used it to empower society. She realized that in order to develop, we couldn’t leave half of the society behind.

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SOS: Creating Solution for Food Waste Problem

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In a life where there are a number of people who have to starve and can’t afford to eat, it’s pathetic to see how much food waste is being thrown away. According to FAO, around one-third of food produced on a global scale is lost in the production phase or wasted which is equal to 1.3 billion tons. It could be enough to feed every undernourished individual in the world. 

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Woman in Business: Adhya Sani

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In the end of April, we celebrated Kartini’s Day. Kartini was concerned about the girl’s education and now we can reap the harvest of it. With education, women can do anything, women can get involved in education, technology, leadership, business, and many more.

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Akademi Hijau

, (Agnes Irawati, translated by Nevy Pangestika)

Akademi Hijau is an environmental education and training program for schools and communities to achieve sustainable development.

Akademi Hijau was founded at the end of 2018, the Founder is Muhammad Abdul Manaf, and the Co-founder is Kusuma Wardani, they both concerned due to the Indonesian environmental conditions and the absence of environmental education in the Indonesian school curriculum. Also motivated by the YSEALI (Young Southeast Asia Leaders Initiative) program.

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Girls Support Girls in Education, Economic and STEM Webinar

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The COVID-19 pandemic affected the way we do things drastically, it forces us to adapt over this new reality and it compelled us to move forward and progress.  In this pandemic situation, here in Act Global we are continuing to work on creating webinars and workshops online. We simply believe, our action to create an online webinars or workshop will make changes and make the world a little bit different. So, on 27 March 2021, Act Global designed a webinar entitled “Girls Support Girls in Education, Economic, and STEM” which invites speakers from three different fields.

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