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The world is currently looking for a new way forward. First Nations communities across Australia and the globe hold many of the answers, and many Australians are beginning to adopt some of these cultural systems and ways of being like never before.
Bianca (Bee) Orsini
COVID-19 is testing people to the depths of their capabilities. We are seeing how people across the world respond when pushed to seemingly impossible limits. From frontline health workers, people caring for themselves and loved ones in unprecedented circumstances, and government and businesses making decisions which involve trillions of dollars and will impact the livelihood of billions.
The member for Murray Plains and I attended the Swan Hill YLab, with the parliamentarians leaving with a better understanding of youth issues and youth perceptions of Parliament and the young participants leaving with a better understanding of our democracy and a number of them planning to enrol to vote.
Minister of Parliament, Victoria
Thank you for the opportunity to attend the Love and Money workshop over the weekend. It was a fantastic one and I felt very invigorated after! I have worked in the public sector in Melbourne and have come to the conclusion that there aren't enough young people, particularly people of colour, involved in urban planning and shaping design strategies in their cities.
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