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A student project that has created a wheelchair baby connector
A group of 10 innovative high school students spent several months crafting products that would ultimately enable Jeremy — and o
24 July 2021 by Lynn Wood

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Hundreds gather around Marcus Rashford mural to stand up for inclusion
After England lost the Euro 2020 finals the black England players were subjected to racism and the mural of English star Marcus Rashford was destroyed. However, the good news is that the community came together to support them and a crowdfunding campaign was started to repair the mural.Click the link to find out more: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-57824639
20 July 2021 by Marcus Gordon

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Respect for our First Nations Peoples as we seek to embrace their history
Public debate over evidence regarding the complexity of the social and subsistence practices of our First Nations Peoples in the book Dark Emu is most disturbing – and disrespectful. The rush to create a new narrative and teachings on the lifestyle of our First Nations Peoples is getting ahead of well-researched and tested premises. Given there are hundreds of individual ‘nations’ who evolved from our county’s first inhabitants, it is reasonable to postulate that there were many and varied social and subsistence practices over time and space, as was the case in other cultural groups across the world.
25 June 2021 by Glenn Barnes

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Thrive By Five
I’m excited to share this Thrive by Five campaign video, starring a bunch of cheeky, beautiful children.Not only is the video virtually impossible to watch without smiling and laughing, it also tells the story of why early learning is so important, and why it’s crucial that our leaders reform the system.Click here to watch:https://www.facebook.com/ThriveByFiveCampaign/videos/489604155479282/...and share far and wide!Brought to you by the Minderoo Foundation.
22 May 2021 by Glenn Barnes

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Woolworths to spend $50m equipping staff with 'tech' skills
"Woolworths Supermarkets has allocated at least $50 million over three years to give more than 60,000 of its 200,000 staff technology-oriented skills...its ‘future of work fund’ would help upskill, reskill and redeploy team members impacted by industry disruption and technological change.The key technical focus areas for training will be in digital, data analytics, machine learning and robotics, with further investment planned for advanced customer service skills, team leadership and agileways of working."MORE > https://www.itnews.com.au/news/woolworths-to-spend-50m-equipping-staff-with-tech-skills-560745
21 April 2021 by Maria MacNama...
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Do you want tea? How to understand consent
Effective communication is an art.  This video (link below) totally nails how people should consider the controversial issue of consent. https://youtu.be/pZwvrxVavnQ
20 April 2021 by Katherine Leo...