PROJECT KARMA-OUR MISSION : Combating Child Sexual Exploitation

Project Karma was established in 2015 and registered with the Australian Charity and Not-for-profit commission in March 2016. Based In Melbourne Australia, Project Karma’s focus is to combat child exploitation both within Australia and in key regions of South East Asia where the majority of these crimes occur. Millions of children are trafficked globally each […]

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CURIOSITY AS ANTI-VENOM TO FEAR. THE SNAKE MAN OF UBUD

‘Financially, emotionally and in terms of the pain or even death, I’m taking a calculated risk.’ Ron Lilley, Herpetologist   And aren’t we all?   For the seekers and adventurers among us, there are many alternative maps to existence in this universe. But fear can limit endeavour. What are you willing to risk to answer […]

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Cultural and Holistic Groups Rally to Sound Therapist’s Music Reconciliation Project By Heath Werrett

A former Capitol Hill US-Iran peace strategist gains local support from Bali community leaders as he launches an ambitious and unconventional project of reconciliation between the Middle East and Western world through the power of music. Now a Bali-based sound therapist and vocalist, Shervin Boloorian’s latest endeavour is a cross-cultural music activism project centred around a new Sufi-influenced album. Contained are sacred […]

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Clean Drinking Water for SD2 Pecatu

Nearly three years ago Ms. Lea Hadley, Principal of Harmony Primary School in Western Australia, together with the support of some enthusiastic parents started a school project with SD2 Pecatu School through the Adopt A School Association of WA. Its aim was to broaden the children’s understanding of other cultures, languages and to reinforce Asian Perspectives across […]

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NOISE IN PARADISE

Noise, or what we perceive as noise is typically measured in decibel. A logarithmic unit expressing the ratio of a physical quantity. Bali in  the year 1930, right at the beginning of tourism, would read a calming 30 decibel of noise, consisting of bird songs, the noise of the ocean, wind in the palm trees, even the sound of the […]

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How YOU can give back to your Bali Community

Many of us come to Bali for a vacation. Some come to help with social causes.  Even more come for personal growth. Bali has over 3 million visitors each year.  All these people bring energy, creativity, and the knowledge to this beautiful island.  If you are one of these people, you can take the opportunity to help the […]

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