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Sophie Holland Jun 14
“Aboriginal Australians not only invented bread, they also invented society.” Truly gratefu to have heard Bruce Pascoe smashing the myth of pre-colonial Aboriginal people as hunter-gatherers.
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Shelley Hepworth Jun 14
"It’s the combination of the cold, hard facts and the warmth of empathy that can draw us out of our of silos and into a space where we can collectively make well informed decisions that are in all of our best interests." nailed it at
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Dominik Katz Jun 14
Recipe for a good apology: - Why (you are sorry) - Because (you understand the impact) - And (what you’re will do about it) Extra points for: Meaning it. Looking people in the eyes.
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Gillian Tatt Jun 14
Nicole Gurran at says we need to stop property speculation as competitive sport and revalue homes as a place to live
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Kate McNamara Jun 14
"The pathway to a justice is simple: find your neighbour, know your neighbour, love your neighbour... All justice is social" - at 👏
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Sam Yeats Jun 14
Non intrusive brain computer interface almost here using same delivery method as a pacemaker, trials this year Thomas Oxley
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Kelly Statham Jun 15
“Until you are there you will not know what you will do.” Cultivating courage; compassion through suffering. at
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Johanna Lowe Jun 14
USYD alum Eddie Woo gives a shout out to the teachers who change your life.
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ThinkUnboxed Jun 14
“the importance of listening to understand...”
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Sylvia Masi Jun 14
Fantastic to watch this morning at . Eddie, you were amazing!
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Naseem Ahmadpour Jun 14
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Shannon Patrice Jun 14
This kid is a grand slam poet champion and has achieved more in 13 years than I literally ever will in my life
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Kiki Paul Jun 14
I am officially in love with Eddie Woo , best math teacher, who has reshaped my perception of maths in under 10 minutes.
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Lisa McCutchion Jun 15
"Don't try to win an argument." (You won't.) "Instead, try to create an environment in which the seed of an idea can grow." Pragmatic, yet optimistic on the lost art of civil disagreement, at today.
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The Consultants' Community Jun 14
Apologise, explain, say what you will do to make up for it. A simple formula on how to say sorry by
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Samuel Parrott Jun 14
It’s one of my favourite days today, ! 🙌
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Aubot Jun 14
We’re at today! Come and say hi at the “technology and the future” hub
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King Tirian Jun 15
Today I got the good pleasure of being a part of - great event. The in me shrinks - am I good enough to be here? I don’t deserve to be here! If I am the answer to someone else’s question - please let my birth parents be the ones who are asking!
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Sophie Holland Jun 14
“The Australian National psyche is built on two things: war and sport. And both of those have historically excluded women.” Powerful and moving talk from . about starting up the AFLW and addressing gender inequality in Australia
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Gavin Blake Jun 15
Father Rod Bower reminds us of the importance of loving our neighbours.
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