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We had:

Genavie Tabui, athelete, joined by Tatyana King-Smith, Etuina Suavai, Aerielle Hobbler, Sareka Mooka and Esther Kebisu, talking about AIS partners with NRLW for world leading study into the impact of periods on health and performance. An-all female research team has come together at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) for a world-leading camp focused on the impacts of periods and hormonal contraceptives on female athletes.

Dani Larkin, Deputy director of the UNSW Indigenous Law Centre, talking about how the Australian government dropped its push to deport Indigenous non-citizens, but many remain in limbo without basic rights. The Australian government is under pressure to urgently resolve a legal grey area that is seeing some Indigenous people unable to work or access government services for years.

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