KIDU

AcronymDefinition
KIDUKolej Islam Darul Ulum (Malaysian Islamic college; est. 1997)
KIDUKnowledge, Information, & Data Utilities
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Dame Kidu tells her own well-known story of a young Australian woman completely divorced from white colonial society and immersed in local life through her marriage to a Papua New Guinean man.
(194) The Fiji draft Sexual Offences Bill was rejected on the basis that it was 'too "western", feminist, radical and clashed with so-called Pacific culture.' (195) However, the success of the PNG reforms and the rationale advanced by Dame Kidu when the Bill was presented to Parliament provide a strong basis for similar reform in the region.
The outcomes of this research may never have been realised had it not been for the extraordinary leadership of education advocate Dame Carol Kidu, Minister for Community Development and PNG's first female Member of Parliament.
One example of this practice comes from the life experience of Australian-born Lady Carol Kidu, the only female member of Parliament in PNG and arguably the best-known public female figure in the country.
There are 100 women among the candidates, including Community Development Minister Carol Kidu, the only female Cabinet minister.
ethiopian view: Ltebrahan Kidu looks at paintings at the women's festival
This success was due to their increased numbers and support of the newly elected member of parliament, Lady Carol Kidu, who negotiated with the Prime Minister to have the gates opened.
ABS was inaugurated by Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen, The Royal Patron of ABS, on April 6th, 2012 as a project under the Kidu Foundation.
In particular, continuing attitudes of male dominance (Kidu 2000:30) and gender based-hierarchies seem to fuel violence towards girls and women (Eves nd: 26).
Kidu (2006) adds that the Department of Education has been promoting girls' education through a UNICEF assisted project called Accelerating Girls' Education (AGE).