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Posted on Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:46 am  

the great Migration

Each year countless million wildebeest and zebra invade the Serengeti grasslands, Making it a paradise for the predators living there. But what the results are when the herds move off again? This programme follows the moving story of one lion family's battle to survive until the return of the great migration.

Nature's Great Events tells the story of the epic trek of herds such as the following the rains to fresh pastures, And the tale of the seeker they leave behind.

The crew captures the desperate plight of a single pride of lions, Revealing great side to the Serengeti. as an alternative to being a predators' paradise, It is a land in unswerving change, With wildebeest following a rains and leaving the lions to tough it out.

The Ntudu delight has seven cubs, And is already suffering as the ukraine wife wildebeest leave to find fresh pastures. The four pride females fight to find enough food for their hungry offspring.

As weeks decide on months, The pride members be a little more emaciated and frailer, And numerous cubs dwindles to just two.

As the herds begin to send back, The plains reveal one final hidden. the very first time since 1967, The Serengeti's only well known volcano, Ol Doinyo Lengai, starts to billow ash and smoke. Filmed via your air, The team captures thrilling action. Fertilised by the volcanic ash over thousands of years, These short grass plains are among the most productive grasslands in the world.

After months of difficultie, The pride's destructive story, Through complaint, Drought and relationship, ends as the herds return, allowing plentiful food.

one more ten minute diary, ego and Peril, Tells the harrowing story captured by film maker Owen Newman of the Ndutu pride which he followed for over a year.
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Posted on Fri Jul 26, 2019 2:17 pm  

Are existence guided

based on Macquarie University data explored in the SBS documentary Is Australia Sexist, The lives of Australians are affected by their gender in many ways. But the data sometimes misses a level of knowledge.

So here we'll tell you the story of a small grouping of friends, and the way their sex will guide their lives backed up by the findings from Macquarie University's study.

They navigate to the same schools and they always play together, But the parents of three of these kids believe that boys and girls should play different games and they encourage them to do so.

"1 in 3 Australians still feel that boys and girls should play with different toys"

years and years pass. your kids are now 12 and go to the local high school.

And while they grow up together, Hannah feels like she is being managed unfairly at school, Just if you are a girl.

"somewhere around 37% of women experienced gender inequality by the age of 12,

A few more years go by and your childhood is over for the eight friends. Some go to university or college. Some were working. at this time not justHannah, But also Jane has experienced gender splendour.

"44% of women indicated that they have observed gender inequality with the figure highest (60%)For 18 25 year old women,

Now while their friends face the everyday troubles of their twenties, Linda and Mary are also facing the outcomes of sexual harassment, which experience directly and indirectly. They decided to change their behavior and the way they appear in public to avoid being targets of inappropriate or dangerous behaviors. This is something the boys will likely never experience.

"Almost one third of all women noted they change their behaviour to avoid sexual harassment in public areas this figure was even higher amongst women in the 18 25 year old group, together with 46%,

As they grow up they google search will find more and more. First chat rooms then social media. But while the on-line world is a fairly innocuous environment for the boys, For the girls it can be a dangerous space. Linda has been abused online on Facebook via private comments and public comments.

"more or less one third (31%) Of 18 25 year old women have experienced abuse online,

The friends are all still meet moldovan girl single at this point of their lives and with the emergence of dating apps they decide to give it a go. For the boys and the vast majority of girls it is a bit of fun. Not for martha, though, Who has an suddenly unpleasant experience on Tinder when she connects with a young man. They start chatting but rapidly his advice take a dark turn, detailed with aggression and insults. Mary couldn't use dating apps anymore.

"all around 1 in 5 (21%) 18 25 year old women have experienced harassment or abuse whilst using an online dating site),

many years pass and these eight friends are all in their thirties. Work keeps them busy as do kids for a number of group. when they catch up, The chatting can become serious. Hannah and Jane often insist that usually, As women, examples of these are treated unfairly at work, And they both agree that they feel that it is more difficult for a woman to pursue her dream career.

"Almost half of all Australian women agree and feel that gender inequality exists in most Australian office buildings. 44% of the women surveyed feel it is easier to get your dream job an advanced man. One in four men agreed concentrating on the same proposition,

certain men disagree, But John knows they are true. He is an accountant los angeles, taking good care of tax returns for his friends, And he can see that on average his male friends bring in more money than the girls, regardless that they have similar jobs.

Australia's sexual category pay gap is at 14.6%, With women earning an average of $244.80 not as much as men per week [work environment Gender Equality Agency, 2018].

linda, david, Hannah, imprint, linda, philip, Linda and Paul have reached their late thirties. most will have families and kids.

Their events are now crowded with family. Sometimes they talk about their childhood and how stuff has changed since. alice, mary, Linda and Hannah say that they struggle with their careers as they have to look after their children customarily. It makes it impossible to focus on their jobs the same manner their male friends can do supported by their partners.

"86% of women say they do the vast majority of housework. on top of this, 73% of men in the survey stated they were the primary breadwinners,

Their conversing is made lighter by some anecdote about how Australia used to be 30 or 40 years ago, When others rarely left the house. They agree that things are getting better. They are not good enough yet, But hopefully they are heading in an ideal direction.

"72% of men and 76% of women feel that gender equality is massively better today than it was in their parent's generation. overall, australians (62%) Feel that gender equality is restoring.
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Posted on Sun Aug 11, 2019 10:22 am  

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