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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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Why cynicism is healthy

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I’m among a growing number of millennials with a level of mistrust of brands and their online communications and an ability to switch off to this content.   We’ve developed a kind of sixth sense; we can spot ‘spin’ and are aware of guerilla comms tactics infiltrating our social media feeds….

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Jeffrey Sachs’ roadmap for sustainable development

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Succinct. Genuine. Direct. World-renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs is a master communicator and I was delighted to attend his lecture on A New Age of Sustainable Development at the Plaza Ballroom in Melbourne on 15 October 2018. His call for global partnerships and systems transformation is one we’ve heard before but…

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