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Students put ethics back in the classroom


Very few Australian schools dedicate any time to teaching philosophy and ethics. Two students from Sydney saw the need for a program to teach these valuable life skills and named it Terra Symposium. Co-founder Daniel Mawston said

"The best thing we can do for today’s generation is to future-proof their education to make sure they have the philosophical inquiry skills to deal with what’s thrown at them.”

Terra Symposium took out the AIIA People’s Choice Award at the 2022 iAwards,

Terra Symposium will move to full commercialisation this year. Photo from Facebook

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