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#Abuse
Nitasha Akerman

Fish Hook

I previously had someone tell me about fishing, when fish are caught and then thrown back into the ocean that they end up being fine

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aboriginal
Marnie Daryl

Into the Indigenous Future

Indigenous Peoples, as defined by The World Bank, are distinct social and cultural groups that share collective ancestral ties to the lands and natural resources

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#Story
Gabor Kukucska

Storytelling Tips or Tricks

Storytelling in its earliest form manifest as visual stories. From the oldest cave drawings in Sulawesi, Indonesia to the cave art in Spain and France,

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Belonging
Nitasha Akerman

Swede…ish

I remember learning a lot about belonging and identity during high school, as it was my year 12 HSC topic for English. At the time

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Enrich your Life: G I V E

We think of riches as everything of value that we have – material possessions, power, and authority over people, a sphere of influence in situations

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Female
Nitasha Akerman

A Loud Minority

It’s often difficult to discuss anything related to gender, women’s rights and even using the word ‘feminism’ in particular. I understand that it shouldn’t be

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Monarchy
Nitasha Akerman

The Crown

I have watched The Crown on Netflix a number of times through and I’m looking forward to the release of season five in November 2022.

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Career Path
Nitasha Akerman

Our Roaring Twenties

There is such an emphasis on youth and our twenties being the best time of our lives. Our twenties are meant to be filled with

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Communication
Nitasha Akerman

Fishbowl

Now it’s even harder to connect with people let alone maintain a connection. We live in a time and generation possessed by technology, phones and

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ANZAC Day
Nitasha Akerman

ANZAC Day

I recently attended the ‘Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War’ exhibition at Te Papa museum in Wellington, New Zealand. It was a very detailed, graphic

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