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“Since COVID-19, the care for dogs in Bali has become less of a priority”

A conversation with Dewi Pertiwi and her father who take care of 80 dogs. When we walk towards the gate of Dewi’s house we’re welcomed by the noise of sixty barking dogs. They don’t just bark, they enthusiastically jump against the fence, happy to see strangers visiting their compound. The gate has two doors, one … Continue reading “Since COVID-19, the care for dogs in Bali has become less of a priority”

The white privilege behavior of foreigners in Bali is counterproductive and disrespectful

The first thing I read this morning was an article at Voice of America (VOA) Indonesia in bahasa indonesia with the title “‘White Privilege’ and the pros and cons of health protocols in Bali”. A few foreigners are quoted in the article, one of them a Spanish national called Jorge who said he was planning … Continue reading The white privilege behavior of foreigners in Bali is counterproductive and disrespectful

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Hi, I’m Sanne. I love writing and I want to try and write something every day. Just for the fun of it and as a mental exercise. So this is my place to experiment. It will always be about inclusion, sometimes based on a personal experience, on other occasions reflecting on what I’ve read in the news or on social media.

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