23 results forYouth

Australia China Youth Dialogue

'Today, China is Australia’s (and also Victoria’s) largest trading partner.'
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Queen's Scout and Guide Awards

'All of you are united under the values of respect, peace and service to the community.'
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Victorian Rhodes Scholar 2019 Announcement

'For more than a century, Victorian Rhodes Scholars have gone on to contribute at the highest levels in this country, and far beyond Australian shores as well.'
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Australian Open Global Ballkid Program Launch

'The program will enable one thousand children in Indian schools and clubs to participate in a Ballkid training program.'

Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival

'The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated in China and other East Asian countries such as Singapore and Vietnam. The celebration dates back more than 3,000 years.'

Athenaeum Club Fathers' and Daughters' Dinner

'Of course, in the 1860s, married women were not expected to work. (At least not for money. They always did plenty of unpaid work.)'
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Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Awards

'In a globalised world, facing diverse and complex challenges, our future leaders have more pressure than ever to be able to navigate different cultures.'

Oakleigh Grammar 35th Founders Day Anniversary Celebration

'We know that our future depends on a resilient workforce, with self-motivation, innovative thinking, collaborative practices and agility.'
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Orygen's 25th Anniversary Morning Tea

'It is sobering to understand that as many as one in four young people will experience a mental illness at some time in their youth.'
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Mac.Robertson Girls' High School Assembly

'Who knows exactly what you’ll need to learn during your careers, except that you’ll need to be agile enough to keep up. To keep learning.'
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Ardoch 30th Anniversary Morning Tea

'Ardoch has positively influenced nearly 12,000 children and young people.'
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Royal Commonwealth Society Patronage Morning Tea

'We thank you all for your service and your contributions to the Victorian branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society.'
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