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R U OK Day September 10

August 26, 2015


By Deanne Stindl: September 10th! An annual day on which we are encouraged to ask each other, R U OK? A day to connect with...


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Australian Immigration: Boundless Plains to Share


By Aldric Chuah: Contemporary Australian society is one of the most culturally diverse nations on the planet. However it did not have the most humble...


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National Anthems


By Aldric Chuah: National anthems have the ability to inspire and unite, to jubilate and invigorate. There are 200-plus countries of the world, 193 of...


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Eurovision Turns 60


By Aldric Chuah: This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest. For the first time Australia was permitted to compete in the...


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Living in Harmony: Resourcing Culturally & Linguistically Diverse students

August 5, 2015


By Dawn Wade: Did you know that 1 in 4 Australians were born overseas? That 45% of Australians are either born overseas or have a parent...


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Diversity in the face of Inequality

August 4, 2015


By Benjamin Eorlingas: In 1788 the First Fleet arrived in Australia. The history books would have you believe this to be a grand moment in...


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Why work overseas?

August 3, 2015


By Jess Turner: Many people choose to move overseas to enhance their careers once they have finished university. The two-year working holiday gap visa exists...


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ISIS preys on the disconnected, vulnerable and sad

July 17, 2015


By Akansha Singh: ISIS has garnered a reputation in the West as one of the most bloodthirsty organisations to ever threaten Australian soil. Yet again...


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