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All posts by Laura Browning

More than a statue, and more than your ego

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Only three percent of statues in Australia honour non-fictional, non-royal women: the vast majority are of dead, white men. So why has a statue of a brilliant female athlete incited such anger? In March this year, Melbourne sports photographer Michael Willson captured Carlton footballer Tayla Harris in flight, kicking a…

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From Kiev to Currie: the value in mentorship

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“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” –  John F Kennedy Currie is proud to have a long-standing partnership with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre’s Mentoring Program. The program brings people seeking asylum together with volunteer mentors from vocational, professional and business sectors, exposing them to professional networks that can…

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