Filomena Kaguako

Has society become more tolerant of the idea of dating interracially?
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Interracial dating: “People kept asking ‘where is she from?'”

With diversity on the rise, what struggles do interracial couples continue to face today? Filomena Kaguako speaks to…

By Filomena Kaguako

Virtual events set up by employers tend to have more of a success rate if there is already a climate where people are engaged and have a meaningful experience of their work life.
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AGENDA

Does anyone actually enjoy office Zoom drinks? The experts weigh in on alternatives

If you hate virtual office drinks, you are not alone. But how else can we create those 'water…

By Filomena Kaguako

While the world has been singing the praises of New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Arden for supposedly forging a path in women’s health care with a legislation that is expected to be put into law in a the coming weeks, the recognition for other countries that have had similar measures already put in place has gone unnoticed.
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AGENDA

Filomena Kaguako: New Zealand is not the first country to introduce paid miscarriage leave, so why the huge reaction?

India grants 6 weeks of fully paid leave for people who experience miscarriage, in the Philippines you are…

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SELF

Filomena Kaguako: Burlesque reminded me that I am sexy, and my own worst enemy

After being in a room full of strong women drawing upon the audacious confidence of burlesque, Filomena Kaguako…

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Anxiety disorder crisis: how much are we missing hugs?

It's been nearly a year since we kissed our friends, hugged our grannies or simply touched someone outside…

By Filomena Kaguako