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Same-Sex Marriage into Constitution?
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The Race for Equality
By Aisha Dadlani Today, in this developed world, you wouldn't think racism is a prevalent issue that is a 'big deal'. We see images, quot (More)
Change one of the Greatest Inequalities
So we all know everyone loves chocolate. But do we know about the sacrifices and unfair treatment that is endured so that we may have the luxury of chocolate? We chose to follow the hands of the chocolate you eat at Easter and you won't believe what (More)
10 Things that are still Right with the World
[et_pb_section admin_label="section"] [et_pb_row admin_label="row"] [et_pb_column type="4_4"] [et_pb_text admin_label="Text"] 10 things that are still right with the world By Sara Horan and Lucy Samuelson We are currently over 120 (More)
Scarves For Change
  By Caitlin O'Callaghan, Year 11 The cold reality of homelessness bites deep on the winter streets of Sydney. The causes of homelessness ru (More)
Harmony Day!!
  Wikipedia - Harmony Day is held on 21 March in Australia. Harmony Day is intended to show cohesion and inclusion in Australia and promote (More)
Live Below the Line
Thank you and thank you to all those Normo girls who took up the LBL challenge, you are all truly amazing. I hope this has been a transformative/challenging (More)
Education at Our Fingertips
Do we utilize the opportunities afforded to us? As humans living in a developed, rich country we have everything we need (More)
Giving Power Back to the People
By Ariyana Hossain, Year 11 Courtesy of howlonghasdonaldtrumpbeenpresident.com ^ 123, 11 hours 0 minutes and 47 seconds, that is the approximate a (More)
Green Team and JPIC Update
By Abigail Aardron, Yr 11 This is an update for both JPIC and Green Team to let you all know about the amazing efforts of everyone involved, and hopefully to inspire you to come and involve yourselves with some amazing causes! Green Team: Lo (More)
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