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Simple changes will make roads safer

In poor nations most of the people injured on roads are cyclists and pedestrians. Preventing road accidents and keeping people safe takes simple infrastructure like pavements and pedestrian crossings, says Saul Billingsley, director general of road safety at the FIA Foundation.

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The Australian aid fraud beat-up

Richard Moore, previously a deputy director-general at AusAID, addresses the reports of fraud at AusAid, reports of fraud in general, and the implications this reporting has.

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UN population projections: implications for international development

The UN has recently released revised projections for global population growth. Almost every page of their report has implications for international development.

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What career will give you the greatest social impact?

What career will allow you to make the greatest social impact? An organisation founded by Oxford University student Will MacAskill, has set out to answer that question.

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Six ways to transform into a sustainable workplace

One of the greatest ways to contribute to the ongoing Green Movement is to transform the workplace, even a Not for Profit workplace, into a sustainable facility, writes workplace safety expert Tom Reddon.

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Water management key to achieving sustainable development goals

As demand for water grows, the world must focus on how the precious resource will be shared among farmers, the energy sector and cities if it is to achieve the United Nations' new development agenda, according to Junaid Ahmad, director at the World Bank's water global practice.

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Legitimate self-interest and the campaign for aid: an interview with Joel Edwards

Reverend Dr Joel Edwards is the former International Director of Micah Challenge, a global Christian response to extreme poverty. Following a panel discussion in Canberra sponsored by the Campaign for Australian Aid, he sat down with Camilla Burkot to talk about foreign aid in the UK context, politics, and the importance of getting narratives right.

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Island geostrategy: Where do New Zealand and Australia fit?

Kaliopate Tavola, a Fijian economist, politician and diplomat, provides insight into Pacific Island geostrategy and the roles both New Zealand and Australia should play in the region. 

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Education without borders: Teaching Syria's lost generation

Companies like Pearson are stepping in to fund solutions for the Syrian refugee education crisis but should we be suspicious of their motives?

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Will labor mobility be the next major Pacific industry? (Part two)

This is the second of a two-part series by Kalafi Moala, who is the Communications Advisor to the Prime Minister of Tonga, about the rise of labour mobility in the Pacific.

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