Helping in the Bushfire Crisis: How You Can Assist?

By: Clare BruceAfter seeing the bushfire devastation many have suffered, Australians are now asking how they can help. Below is a list of some of the charities that are welcoming support to help those affected.Blaze Aid – Helping Rural Families on Damaged PropertiesBlazeAid is a...

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African Enterprise Brings Trauma Healing to Schools

By: Laura BennettAcross the Western world, mental health and the impact of traumatic events on our wellbeing, is increasingly a field of study that’s prioritised and valued. Sadly, in a lot of the African regions where African Enterprise is based, many in the community acutely feel the...

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The Changing Face of Schoolies

By: Justin Rouillon“The schoolies culture has changed quite significantly and it’s a lot easier to manage than ten years ago.” That’s Red Frogs CEO Andy Gourley, or Boss Frog as he’s more affectionately known, on the change in schoolies behaviour over recent...

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What To Expect From The Schools Of Tomorrow

By: Michael McQueenRecent years have seen the discussion of the relevance of the current education system come to dominate public dialogue. Doubts and fears have risen surrounding the prospects of the current form of education in Western countries, the preparation of students for a rapidly...

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Malawi Sewing School Graduates Given a New Future

By: Laura BennettFor lasting change to come to any vulnerable population, the local community needs to be equipped to build their own future, and have independent financial stability. In Malawi, African Enterprise’s tailoring school enables women to do just that. This year, 20 women have...

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