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Monday 19 May 2014

budget savings at the expense of the poor: australia and overseas

Alice Ridge

Following the Abbott government’s first budget last week, there has been a lot of analysis of the many cuts that are set to be made to everything from health and education to the Abalone Aquaculture Health Accreditation Workshop (as highlighted by The Guardian’s First Dog on the Moon budget cartoon).  There hasn’t, however, been as much…
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Thursday 20 February 2014
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in brief: australian government puts funds towards vietnamese women’s empowerment

Sarah Iuliano
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The Federal government will put $4.2 million into two programs aimed at helping empower the women of Vietnam. Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop announced during her visit of the country that the money will be distributed equally between Vietnamese Women’s Union projects to end gender-based violence and for agricultural development. The funds for ending gender-based violence…
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Thursday 5 September 2013
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vgen: see the bigger picture this federal election

Heidi La Paglia
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On 31 August 2013, VGenner’s from across the country took to the streets to campaign for the benefits of Aid. As World Vision’s national youth movement, VGen (or Vision Generation) aims to educate the public community about the importance of giving aid. The title of the VGen 2013 campaign is “See the bigger picture;” and…
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