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  1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples connection to the land can influence conservation

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ connection to the land is based on an instinctive understanding passed on from generation to generation, and it is this connection that could influence the future of nature conservation in Australia.

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  2. One of Australia's most accomplished filmmakers, Susan Maslin is now an Officer of the Order (AO).

    UC community well-represented on the 2019 Australia Day Honours list

    The University of Canberra is extremely proud of its many community members who were honoured this Australia Day.

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  3. Professor Deep Saini with UC staff and students; the University of Canberra's Vice-Chancellor is determined to do what he can to drive gender equity.

    UC VC to further drive change in the equity stakes

    Driven by a strong belief in a level playing field, University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor Professor Deep Saini has become a Pay Equity Ambassador for the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.

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  4. 1.	The students with the women's community group from the Khora Ko Mukh Macchapucchare Rural Municipality, where they had a session on using the Poshan Nanglo concept for better nutrition. Photo: Lachhu Thapa/REACH For Nepal

    Making a difference in Nepal

    UC students and the REACH for Nepal Foundation went on their first collaborative trip, working to improve community health in rural Nepal.

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  5. Turn areas of research into relatable children's books? Challenge accepted!

    UC writing workshop sends children's books out into the world

    At the first Write a Children’s Book in A Day workshop, the UC community came together to tackle the lack of reading resources in Papua New Guinea classrooms.

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