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Paul Barclay Aug 23
The last in a run of 7 one-hour writers festivals sessions, spanning 3 weekends, 2 states & the national capital, now done and dusted. All ‘in the can’ for Phew.
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Paul Barclay Aug 23
Very entertaining and at times gruesome conversation about with Hedley ‘Teachers Pet’ Thomas, Felicity ‘Underbelly’ Packard, and who stole the show discussing the appalling ‘baby farmers’ murders of the 1900’s.
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Migration@Monash Sep 9
Thanks to our great panel , Joanna Howe, , & all who came along to our far-reaching discussion on migration for last night. Missed it? Stay tuned for the broadcast of the recording on with - we’ll keep you posted!
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Paul Barclay Sep 8
I'm away but my colleague is kindly keeping the seat warm. He's presenting this very special chat I had with & Hooper about adversity & resilience. Don't miss it.
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RN - Radio National Sep 10
"Responding to disasters is in some ways easier." witnessed great trauma while at the helm of , but an even bigger challenge came at home in the form of his daughter’s mental health crisis. Hear more on
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Cheryl Aug 28
Listening to this really interesting podcast on ‘economic empowerment’ for rural women via Timely for class discussions today on Gendering Economic Integration
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RN - Radio National Sep 10
"Our ocean connects us, sustains us; it's our source of life", people in the Pacific say. heads to the Future Pasifika - Healthy Oceans conference to learn about protecting the region from overfishing, pollution and coastal erosion.
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RN - Radio National Sep 9
As a journalist and in her personal life, has encountered a host of traumatic events and people recovering from life-changing incidents. On she shares the lessons she has learned about resilience and adversity
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anita loves Sep 10
‘Any Ordinary Day’ by is a thoroughly enlightening read about accompanying people through life’s ups and downs, being resilient, and honouring the journeys we all go through to heal and grow. Thanks for this episode .
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La Trobe University May 29
Has Australia an entrenched problem with racism or does it largely exist at the fringes of public discourse? , , and Tom Switzer share their thoughts for the La Trobe Debate series, convened by Prof. Robert Manne. |
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Tom Perry Sep 10
our first event with - talking the health of the ocean - is now a podcast! 🌊🎧 iTunes: Webpage:
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Andrew Stafford Jul 29
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Stefan Hajkowicz Jul 18
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PolicyInnoHub Aug 15
OUT MONDAY! 30 years ago, in Queensland, the Fitzgerald Report was handed down. Does it still provide a roadmap for greater public integrity and transparency? speaks to
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RN - Radio National 22h
Former teacher says when students learn something, it’s a magic moment. She says has changed teaching and learning, and shifted the focus from curiosity to learning that can be measured in data
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Natasha Mitchell🎧🎙 Apr 29
Hey Canberrans and nearby, this will be fantastic, hosted by colleague for >>
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Natasha Mitchell🎧🎙 Feb 4
A kick ass challenge to (despicable) ageism and starring one of my data-driven heroes, Sir via with
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RN - Radio National Sep 16
What happens to your body as you age and can you turn back the clock? Biochemists are unlocking the secrets of ageing which drive the increased risk of chronic disease.
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Hamish Wyatt Sep 10
Great to see the and discussion series on healthy oceans on - check it out if you missed it for Pacific voices on and sustainability
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Kate Griffiths Jul 30
A great episode of for anyone interested in how we can build a stronger evidence base for science, innovation and public policy
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