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Adult Learners’ Week:
1-7 September 2015

Adult Learners’ Week in Australia is part of an international festival of adult learning. Each year, Adult Learners’ Week is celebrated with hundreds of events and activities designed to promote the benefits of learning – in the home, at work and in the community – and to highlight the many options available.

One Great Cause in the Spotlight

Oz Harvest

Oz Harvest Canberra

OzHarvest returned to Canberra in late 2014 in response to the increased need for emergency food relief in the ACT and surrounding districts. Calls were coming into the national office thick and fast from charities who were finding it increasingly difficult to assist the large number of people asking for help.

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It's National Asthma Week

Most people with out-of-control asthma do not have to put up with it. National Asthma Week (1-7 September) is the perfect time for people with asthma to reassess how well controlled their asthma actually is..

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MS Readathon

The MS Readathon is an iconic reading-based fundraiser that found its beginnings in schools across Australia. This year, the MS Readathon celebrates its 36th birthday, and it encourages people of all ages to read and improve their literacy whilst at the same time empowering them to make a difference in the lives of people living with MS.

Info for Parents

Info for Teachers & Librarians

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Nepal Eathquake

Help rebuild Nepal

In the wake of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal, the UN estimates that 8 million people - more than a quarter of the population - have been affected by the ongoing crisis. More than 8,700 people were reported to have been killed and around 22,500 people were injured. Over 500,000 houses were destroyed and another 280,000 were partially damaged.


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