Leading Issues Journal 2002

    November 2002Community Capacity Building and Asset Mapping by Angie Dedrick of Canada for Western WISE Network; The ALP Hawke-Wran Report; How to Elect the President by Dr Jocelynne A. Scutt; Leadership of Women in the United Nations & Farewell Speech by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson; The Tampa: One Year On – How the Human Spirit Responds to Oppression, Speech by Sr Susan Connelly;Not this Country, A Poem by Dr Jocelynne Scutt;The Development of Port Augusta as a Learning Community;Women in Vocational Education and Training Survey;’Mapping the Future: a Discussion Paper’ for Queensland women and girls – Have your say; An Invitation by ANTA’s CEO to Join in the Next National VET Strategy; Keeping Kids Fit;New Report: 100 Children Turn 10. A Longitudinal Study of Literacy; National Youth Roundtable – 2003 Applications Open; Professional Development – New Website for Teachers Launched; Landmark Report into Boys’ Education; Education Now to Build a Better Future
    September 2002Developing Leadership in Students and Staff  By Diann Rodgers-Healey; Youth Homelessness Report  By David MacKenzie & Assoc. Prof. Chris Chamberlain, RMIT University
    July 2002Carmen Lawrence MP Address to Emily’s List; The Women’s Constitutional Convention;  Women at Work: The Next Decade By Avril Henry; Women Leaders on the Environment, Apartheid in the Holy Land By Desmond Tutu; Educational Attainment and Labour Market Outcomes Symposium; Wanted: Women willing to run the nation By Robin Gerber; Organisations with Established Learning Cultures; Best USA Distance Learning Graduate Schools Guide; A Survey of Online Uni Education and Service in Australia; Project – USEFUL BOX for Single Mothers
    May 2002 How War Affects Women and Children, a Speech by  Cora Weiss, President of the International Peace Bureau; Australia’s Proposed Anti-Terrorism Laws; Leadership in Action Speeches by Sr Susan Connelly and Dr John Yu for Palm Sunday 2002; Australia’s Population Challenge by David Buckingham; Community Renewal and Social Capital by Dr Jenny Onyx; Tahmeena Faryal, Senior Spokesperson, Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA) Speech and SBS Interview; A Tribute to Helen Leonard; Interview with ACTU President, Sharan Burrow; Paid Maternity Leave; Good Practice in Indigenous Consumer Education by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC); Good Practice in Youth Development – A Framework of Principles A Discussion Document by Ausyouth; We the Children – Meeting the promises of the World Summit for Children, A Landmark Report issued by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan; National Review of Group Training – A report by ANTA, Final Draft for Consultation; Online Training in an Online World – A Survey focusing on e-learning in the corporate world and other training settings 
    January 2002Leadership and Integrity by Judge Margaret Sidis; Women’s Leadership in Public Life by Associate Professor Wendy Weeks

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