Going vegan with Giulia Sgro-Ralph

Plant-based nutritionist and personal trainer, Giulia Sgro-Ralph shares the reasons and process behind her going vegan.

Giulia explains the benefits of adopting a plant-based diet to the individual, animals and the environment, and how you can make the transition yourself.

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Storytelling with Abe Nouk

Abe Nouk was illiterate when he arrived in Australia from Sudan with his family in 2004, but he had the resolve to learn to read and write. Abe has since been storytelling through spoken word performances, poetry and music to share his experiences as a refugee.

Storytelling is more important than ever. Empathy and understanding are the antitheses of hate and ignorance and I believe that sharing our personal experiences contributes to a more peaceful world.

Abe is not only an author and accomplished spoken word artist himself, he is now helping others build up their own storytelling skills as Founder of Creative Rebellion Youth (C-R-Y). C-R-Y is a creative space for guiding and mentoring young and emerging musicians, writers, spoken word artists and filmmakers.

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Foster care with Laura Baxter

Experienced foster carer, Laura Baxter has found fulfillment in providing love and support to young people who need a safe home to grow as individuals, but it doesn’t come without its frustrations. Laura clears up some common misconceptions and provides an insight into the joys of being a foster carer.

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Live crowdfunding with Abbie and Ruth Knight

Did you know that fewer Australians are making traditional tax-deductible donations? In fact, 60,000 fewer Australians according to the latest research. With an ageing population, this begs the question of where the donors of the future will come from to support our 54,000 registered charities.

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Injecting humour where it’s needed most

Fun and laughter are not things one would normally associate with hospitals. However, the Humour Foundation has a group of professionals called the Clown Doctors who put into practice the theory that laughter is the best medicine in children’s hospitals across Australia. Read More