Police in Australia are investigating a suspected case of child sexual exploitation after a woman who was walking with a friend in a public park on a Friday night was assaulted by a man.
“She was in shock, but she was able to get to the bathroom and get some medical assistance,” police spokesman Detective Sergeant Mark Evans said.
The attack happened just before 10pm on Friday at Folsom Place in Brisbane’s east.
A group of women were walking down a street in the city when they were approached by two men.
After the attack, one of the women fled the scene, and a short time later the men chased her into the park, where they raped her.
Ms O’Brien was taken to hospital, but police are now investigating a possible sexual assault charge.
Police said they have no information about who the men were or why they were walking with the woman.
One of the men was described as being in his 20s, with a light complexion, wearing a dark hoodie, a white top and black jeans.
Another man was described in a police statement as being of Middle Eastern appearance and standing about five feet eight inches tall, weighing about 180 kilograms.
He was wearing a black and white jacket, blue jeans, and dark trainers.
Officers have appealed for information about the men’s identities.
Folssom Street, one-quarter of a kilometre (one mile) north-east of Brisbane, is home to some of the city’s most prestigious entertainment venues, including the Grand Opera House and the City Theatre.
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– (Reuters) – A Kansas State Fair spokeswoman says the fair is not accepting book fair applications from students who say they have not been allowed to attend because of race or gender identity.
The spokeswoman, Emily Krawczyk, said Thursday the fair does not discriminate against students who are seeking admission based on race or who are a minority or are transgender.
In response to a questionnaire sent to the fair by the National Center for Transgender Equality, Krawcyk said the fair will be accepting applications for the 2018 edition of the Scholastic Book Fair.
“Our goal is to make it as inclusive as possible for all students regardless of who they are or where they live,” Krawczak said.
“Our goal for the Schollery Book Fair is to have a safe and welcoming environment for all.”
Last year, the fair made national headlines when it hosted the event at the site of a controversial Confederate memorial that still stands there today.
In 2016, a transgender student at Kansas-based public school Wichita Christian High School was arrested after being found to be a member of a hate group after allegedly yelling anti-LGBT slurs and using the N-word during a school assembly.
The school district said the student was expelled from the school for violating the school’s nondiscrimination policy and the case was dismissed.
(Reporting by Rachel A. Smith; Editing by Cynthia Osterman)
Fairness definition Fairness is the idea that people who don’t share their values should not be able to participate in the process of creating or making an impact on society.
Fairness means that people should be able and should not feel that they have to conform to the rules of the society they live in or that others must.
It is a goal that is shared by almost all of the world’s major religions and cultures.
It means that those who have less than the best of things are expected to act like trash.
It also means that if a group of people is less than equally deserving, they should be treated equally.
That is what the concept of fairness is about.
There are a number of ways to achieve this.
One common way to achieve fairness, is to provide fair access to information, resources, and services.
In the United States, many public schools provide free access to textbooks, computer labs, and even some of the internet to students, while the government does not.
This can help schools be more inclusive and encourage more students to participate and learn in the community.
Fair access to educational resources and services is important to achieving fair outcomes in education.
In Australia, for example, the Government has a national Fair Access Policy and Fair Access Network, which aims to achieve a fair and equal distribution of educational resources to all Australians.
This includes all students, parents, teachers, and staff, with equal access to all resources, including computer labs and internet access.
Another way to ensure fairness is to ensure that students are offered equal opportunities to achieve their goals.
In India, the Ministry of Education and Training has set up a National Fair Access Framework that aims to help schools achieve fair outcomes.
The National Fair Education Programme in India also has a set of goals that students, teachers and parents can work towards to achieve fairness in education: a school environment that is free from discrimination and intolerance, inclusive of all students and their diverse backgrounds, and which supports students’ academic success and learning.
A fair education is a fair education and a fair society.
It requires that every child has access to education, including those who need it most.
This is particularly important for young children who are already disadvantaged in school.
It can be challenging to implement a fair educational environment when there is no data on the impact of education on the achievement of young children, but the results are there.
In Canada, a number new national Fair Education Standards have been set for schools and parents.
These new standards will guide and support the implementation of fair education for students and parents by improving the quality and availability of educational materials and support services.
The Fair Education Framework in Canada is a national program and was announced in 2014 by the Minister of Education, Science and Innovation.
The Framework is based on recommendations from the National Commission on the Quality and Availability of Educational Materials and Support Services and other expert bodies.
This National Fair education plan is supported by the Department of Education in partnership with the provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
In 2017, the Minister also established a national pilot project to increase access to higher education for disadvantaged students.
The pilot project aims to provide students in primary schools and other schools with access to up to two hours of free access every week to educational materials, computer lab, and internet.
This pilot project is funded by the government through the Ontario Public School Education Fund and is being piloted across Ontario and Canada.
This plan is also supported by provincial governments, and by the federal government.
It provides support to students and families who are currently disadvantaged in the classroom.
It does not provide financial assistance to students or families who have been denied access to school.
This model will ensure that the quality of education is maintained in primary and secondary education for all students.