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We had:

Mercy Jumo, World Vision Australia‘s Child Rights senior policy advisor talking about how the battle to end violence against children is critically underfunded in Australia’s region, despite one billion children globally experiencing violence, costing economies up to $AU9.15 trillion a year, a report by World Vision has revealed.

Dr Tim Murphy, Leukaemia Foundation General Manager of Blood Cancer Partnerships talking about the release of alarming new figures by the Leukaemia Foundation confirming that blood cancers combined are now the second most diagnosed cancers in Australia, and the second most common cause of cancer related deaths in the country.

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