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18-year-old Kal Glanznig against the World
18-year-old Kal Glanznig against the World When Kal Glanznig isn’t playing water polo or studying, he “looks for opportunities where one person like me can make a difference”, states Kal. Last year In his final months as a year 12 student at Caringbah High School, Kal decided to make the educational environment he spent the […]
Terry O’Connell – “Change is not possible in your own comfort zone”
It has been 18 years since Terry O’Connell left the police force, yet his fight for real justice continues. By Katelyn Wood Hidden away in the mountain ranges of New South Wales is Terry O’Connell’s family home. It’s peaceful and warm, much like Terry himself. A Churchill Fellow and recipient of an Order of Australia, […]
Abroad, without a paddle.
Abroad, without a paddle: How Australian Au Pairs are being exploited. By Pema Bakshi While the Au Pair industry is booming and more and more young Australians are opting to explore it as an alternative way of travel, incidents of harassment, neglect and abuse are only too common. With little support and protection provided, au […]