Right Food, Right Time

I am writing my second World Food Programme blog today about an issue which plagues families, and traps them into a cycle which is often unbreakable. Malnutrition is not necessarily the problem of not having enough to eat, rather, it’s an issue of not having the right food to eat such as protein, minerals and […]

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UNYA National Youth Summit

Over the past week I had the privilege of attending the United Nations Youth Association’s (UNYA) first National Youth Summit. The Summit in Sydney brought together about 200 delegates from around the country for four days, where we engaged and interacted with various issues and problem solving activities. The Summit focused on producing a document […]

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What if the war began tomorrow?

By now I’m sure many of you have seen the movie adaption of Tomorrow When the War Began which was released last Thursday and follows John Marsden’s popular novel of the same name. The concept of a war in Australia is both interesting and foreign to us so I couldn’t help but watch this movie […]

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World Cup’s Over – What Now?

It’s been over a month since Spain was crowned victorious at the FIFA World Cup, and South Africa was applauded for their outstanding efforts hosting such a large-scale event, yet whilst we might slowly be forgetting the deafening sounds of the vuvuzela, let’s not forget how far South Africa is yet to come and let […]

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