Asia Calling program 2 September 2017

Aboriginal Australians seek constitutional recognition. South Korean youth face employment ice age. Indonesians donate hospital to Gaza in a show of friendship. The fight against human trafficking.

Sabtu, 02 Sep 2017 12:12 WIB

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Australia’s First People are still searching for recognition in a country that has never come to terms with its violent past. We take a look at the latest push to acknowledge Indigenous Australians.

We speak to young South Koreans, who are extremely educated, but are going through an unemployment ice age.

And a hospital in the conflict-rattled Gaza strip, which was built by Indonesians, in a show of friendship and solidarity with Palestinians. 

 

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