Future Leaders is a national Initiative about leadership and the future of Australia. It seeks to involve, inform and inspire young people.
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“I begin with a few caveats. As a non-Aboriginal Australian, I am careful to avoid joining the legions of whitefellas who tell Aboriginal people …”
“There is a saying that you can never dip your toe into the same river twice. The same applies to the brain because …”
“The health and wellbeing of children and youth are any country’s most crucial future concern …”
“The rising incidence of allergic and autoimmune diseases imposes an ever-increasing burden on individuals, populations and economies …”
“The year 2010 was climatically distinctive. Globally, it was one of the two hottest years in the 150-year (surface thermometer) record …”
“To the great surprise of many well-informed people in developed countries, malaria remains a major problem in the world today …”
“The medical profession is perhaps best known for its contribution to curative medicine. Each day we read about advances …”
“When I was a child, I was by no means alone in having Albert Schweitzer (1875–1965) as one of my great heroes …”
“The ancient Chinese curse to live in changing times applies more to the health system in western countries than ever before …”
“The term ‘influenza’ is often used loosely to describe respiratory illness caused by a wide range of viruses, including respiratory …”
“In Australia, nearly one third of our national population — approximately 7 million Australians — live in rural and remote areas …”
“Fifty years ago, the very notion of adolescence, teenagers and youth was only starting to be recognised as a ‘life stage’ …”
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