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Abbey Road crossing, but in the desert
Abbey Road crossing, but in the desert
Posted 29 April 2013
Four female friends head out into the Tanami desert, WA to deliver a 5 week rock program to disengaged teenagers in the remote community of Balgo. The musical talent of the kids was nothing short of astonishing and, in a nutshell, this is what...
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Tags: Equality
Screenshot of woman talking about racism
Screenshot of woman talking about racism
Posted 28 August 2012
All Together Now is working towards an Australia that embraces cultural diversity and is free from racism. We seek to achieve this by creating innovative, evidence-based and effective social marketing that is positive, provocative and courageous....
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Tags: Freedom
Screenshot of Sangay
Screenshot of Sangay
Posted 11 February 2013
Sangay came to Australia from Tibet in 2007. Late last year he was given one month to live. Sangay Thinlay, born in Tibet and lived in Sydney’s Northern Beaches since 2007. He had an incurable tumour and was advised by his Doctor he...
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Tags: Freedom
Mt Annan High School children sit in a group
Mt Annan High School children sit in a group
Posted 29 November 2011
A group of students and teachers at Mt Annan High School teach us a thing or two about stirring enthusiasm for human rights change. The school's Human Rights Action Group meets every week during recess and shares...
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Tags: Belonging
Doormat which says 'There's no place like home'
Doormat which says 'There's no place like home'
Posted 10 January 2013
This film won Round 2 of the Tell Me A Story digital human rights storytelling project, made by Tania Zeine. 
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Tags: Freedom
Alison Corke smiling
Alison Corke smiling
Posted 01 December 2011
Alison Corke opens her house and family to Paheer - an immigration detainee. After spending over 18 months in detention on Christmas Island and Perth, Paheer was released into 'community detention'. His penpal, Alison, requested the...
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Tags: Freedom
Photo of Aboriginal kids from Wilcannia participating in a music education program
Photo of Aboriginal kids from Wilcannia participating in a music education program
Posted 10 September 2012
Heaps Decent is an initiative committed to finding and nurturing the creativity of underprivileged and Indigenous young people and emerging artists. A few months ago, the Heaps Decent team made the journey out to Wilcannia, NSW to kick-start our...
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Tags: Belonging

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