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29 Jun 2016 | Blog | Campaigns | Long-term Development
The ‘Afternoon Teas for Climate and Aid’ were held in the Reid and Kingsford Smith electorates in Sydney. At each event, six young Pacific Islanders from Tuvalu, Kiribati and western Sydney spoke passionately about how climate change was threatening the livelihoods, culture and indeed the very existence of their communities in the Pacific.
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19 Apr 2016 | Blog | Campaigns
On May 3rd, the government plans to cut our Aid program by another $224 million. This will bring Australian Aid to its lowest ever level – just 0.22% of GNI. Budgets can seem dry and abstract, but Brendan Joyce explains why it's important, and what we can do to stop our country becoming the least generous we’ve ever been.
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Through my heart I felt that I need to be the leader and serve the community. Now I’m confident of myself and I’m sure I can expand my business to a new level.
- Janaki, Nepal