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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“The Australian Constitution says very little about human rights. In contrast to the Constitutions of most other Western countries …”
“Future justice has an economic dimension because economic decisions made today will have an impact on the level of wellbeing …”
“When I was a judge for a writing prize on climate change, I came across and was impressed by an essay by Stephanie Foster …”
“There is an ancient Chinese Proverb that says:
If you are thinking a year ahead — plant seeds …”
“I received my first inkling of my own sexuality at about age 9.
I was always precocious. In those days, it was not …”
“One of the few philosophical precepts which is practically universal is captured in the Christian teaching: Do unto others as …”
“On 4 June 2008, Australian Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, announced his vision for the establishment of an Asia-Pacific Community …”
“The United Nations (UN) is perhaps our most important international, intergovernmental organisation. Yet, at the same time, it is …”
“Debate about human rights in Australia is often polarised. One view commonly expressed is that by Sir Robert Menzies in 1967 …”
“Although steps have been taken over the past 150 years or so
to protect ‘heritage areas’ of great natural beauty …”
“Suppose that nothing much is done to prevent global warming and that the build-up of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere continues …”
“The concept of sustainability has always been central to indigenous cultures. Native Americans believe that you have to consider …”
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