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Liz Blink Jun 14
So excited to be at my first
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Leigh O'Neill Jun 14
Don’t live thinking what we should have done, think about what must be done.
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Brendan Taylor 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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Carly Findlay Jun 14
Where do I find the lineup of speakers? Are there any disabled people speaking?
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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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Rachel Jun 14
love Eddie Woo's passion for maths education!
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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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Sydney Policy Lab Jun 14
Sydney Policy Lab grantee Nicole Gurran acing it at the TedX stage.
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Michelle Ahern Bevans Jun 14
We’re not as open-minded as we think. 'With human knowledge increasing exponentially are we taking advantage of that knowledge or are our minds already made up?' 💪🏼🧐
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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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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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Samuel Parrott Jun 14
It’s one of my favourite days today, ! 🙌
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Sunanda Creagh Jun 14
Absolute highlight of today was from on how we can rediscover the lost art of civil disagreement and talk about facts without simply trying to “win” arguments on the spot. What a commanding speaker.
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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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Tarla Lambert Jun 14
Eddie Woo is the definition of good. Be like him and we’ve got a perfect world.
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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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Gavin Blake Jun 15
Father Rod Bower reminds us of the importance of loving our neighbours.
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Edwina Throsby Jun 14
When will we be more committed to justice than to order? asks Father Rod Bower at
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The BFO Sep 25
We think The BFO is a pretty good way for individuals to demand integrity in their workplace and help rebuild the much needed trust that has been lost... and wants to tell Sydney why. pitch night
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Jacqueline Wales Jun 14
. made a lot of sense in her talk earlier today. Even when you have facts and evidence, how many ppl quickly, easily, happily change their minds about things? How open minded are you really?
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