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LG Chem Hosts Global Innovation Contest 2018 (GIC 2018) Finding Innovations to Change the World

19-Jun-2018 8:42 AM
- Proposal submission from June 18th to September 30th - Applicants can register through the official website of GIC - Energy, Environment, Functional Materials, and Biotechnology are the subjects of the contest - Win up to $150,000

Hammond Care

People with a Christian background who live with dementia have not been forgotten this Easter.

28-Mar-2018 12:00 PM
A new suite of spiritual resources has just been released, specifically designed to enable people with dementia to engage in their faith, particularly at important times such as Easter and Christmas.

Australian Human Rights Commission - AHRC

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice report launched today

07-Dec-2016 8:15 AM
The Australian Human Rights Commission today launches a state-of-the-nation report on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social justice and native title.

Australian Human Rights Commission - AHRC

Social Justice Report 2016 delivers agenda for reform

01-Dec-2016 3:58 PM
The Social Justice and Native Title Report 2016, tabled today in Federal Parliament, includes an agenda for reform based on solutions proposed by Indigenous Australians.

Australian Human Rights Commission - AHRC

Commission announces five Human Rights Medal finalists

17-Nov-2016 5:38 PM
Mental health educator Ingrid Ozols; human rights advocate Dr John-Paul Sanggaran; the chair of the Lowitja Institute, Patricia Anderson AO; lawyer Deng Adut; and disability advocate Paul Nunnari are finalists for the 2016 Australian Human Rights Medal.

Australian Human Rights Commission - AHRC

Human Rights Commission announces Business Award finalists

16-Nov-2016 3:34 PM
Five finalists have been announced in the business category of the 2016 Australian Human Rights Awards, to be presented in Sydney on 9 December.

Australian Human Rights Commission - AHRC

Final five announced for Racism. It Stops With Me award

04-Nov-2016 11:31 AM
Five finalists have been selected for the 2016 Racism. It Stops With Me award, to be presented on 9 December as part of the annual Human Rights Awards.

Australian Human Rights Commission - AHRC

Universities partner on sexual assault survey

23-Aug-2016 12:01 AM
A nation-wide survey to assess the extent of sexual assault and sexual harassment of university students will be launched today by the Australian Human Rights Commission and Universities Australia.

Variety The Childrens Charity

Variety – the Children’s Charity Brings Sunshine to Cobram

08-Apr-2016 11:11 AM
On Tuesday 12 April at midday, Variety – The Children’s Charity Victoria will present a 12-seater Sunshine Coach to the staff and students of Cobram & District Specialist School.

Variety The Childrens Charity

Variety Brats Bash Sees Kids Fundraising For Kids Across Australia

24-Mar-2016 2:51 PM
Variety Brats Bash Sees Kids Fundraising For Kids Across Australia The famous Variety Bash has a “mini me” in the Variety Brats Bash, travelling 3756kms from Kilmore to Birdsville and back in outrageously themed cars this school holidays.

Variety The Childrens Charity

VARIETY CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY– 140,000 SMILES AND COUNTING

08-Dec-2015 12:43 PM
IN a colourful display of Christmas giving, over 5000 children with special needs will come together for the Variety Children’s Christmas Party at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on Thursday 10 December.

White Ribbon Australia

WHITE RIBBON AMBASSADORS SPEAK OUT ABOUT NATIONAL SURVEY RESULTS

17-Sep-2014 12:03 PM
As White Ribbon Ambassadors, we believe that all women should live in safety, free from all forms of violence. We also believe that men must act to prevent this violence. This is why we have decided to speak up publicly about the results of the 2013 National Community Attitudes Survey released today.

Business Wire Australia and New Zealand

Corporate Social Responsibility Weekly Recap (April 23, 2014 – April 30, 2014)

01-May-2014 8:54 PM
Corporate Social Responsibility Editors NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The following releases focus on Corporate Social Responsibility and moved during the week of April 23, 2014 – April 30, 2014. SAN FRANCISCO -- StubHub Takes Music to the

Monash University Newsroom

Young local workers and working tourists battle for jobs

30-Aug-2013 9:23 AM
Increasing numbers of holiday makers are applying for working visas to the detriment of young Australians, according to new research.

Monash University Newsroom

Sporting heroes meet in Leadership Series

05-Aug-2013 12:02 PM
Football legend Paul Roos will be interviewed by world champion yachtsman, businessman and philanthropist John Bertrand as part of Monash University’s inaugural John Bertrand Leadership Series.

Monash University Newsroom

Deputy Chief of Army to speak in Leadership Series

19-Jul-2013 12:10 PM
The Deputy Chief of Army, Major General Angus Campbell, will be the first guest in Monash University’s John Bertrand Leadership Series.

Monash University Newsroom

Researchers game for a team effort on violence

07-Jun-2013 12:59 PM
Finding the common ground between those who think media violence harms some people, sometimes, and those who believe that both this violence and the people who enjoy it are misunderstood, will be the focus of a public seminar next week.

Scouts Queensland

The Gang is Back!

07-Jun-2013 11:19 AM
  The Gang is Back!   WHAT: The Brisbane Gang Show - 62nd Season WHEN: Friday 28 June to Saturday 6 July 2013 WHERE: Schonell Theatre, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane (Parking available within easy walking distance of

Monash University Newsroom

Memories of the Anzacs

23-Apr-2013 1:36 PM
Nearly a century has passed since the events that gave rise to the Anzac legend, but changing social attitudes and the effects of passing time continue to transform our understanding of it.

Monash University Newsroom

Anzac remembered

23-Apr-2013 1:23 PM
As the centenary of the Great War draws ever closer, Monash University researchers are leading the field in researching the effects of war on Australian families, communities and the nation.