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We had:

Alexandra Hohoi, Practice Manager and Mikaela French, Solicitor at Marrawah Law discussing how Facebook had ‘refriended’ Australia and Australian news. Recently, media platforms were banned from sharing Australian and international news content.

Lea-Ann Liddy, Hope Vale’s first early childhood education graduate, talking about being Hope Vale’s first Early Childhood Education graduate at the age of 54. For Lea-Ann, the degree is more than just a qualification. She will be able to draw on both her lived experiences and new qualification to help ensure strong foundations for generations of children in Hope Vale.

Associate Professor Holly Seale, discussing how we can improve the COVID-19 vaccine rollout engagement with diverse communities. The challenges faced in communicating and engaging with people from caLD communities have been examined, as well as strategies that are needed to enhance the rollout of the vaccine program for these communities.

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