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The Fulbright Symposium 2000 papers provide important selected papers from a range of national and international speakers and academics in a range of discipline areas, addressing the implications of an ageing population from their various perspectives.
I acknowledge standing on Darbalung Nyumgar land for the presentation of this discussion. Moore (1998) reminds us of the importance of our own particular positions. In my case, this is the position of an academic gerontologist and activist who lives and works in Australia. I am also a partner,...
Advocacy sounds like a complex and esoteric process, and 1 am not sure if the word means much to the lay person. However, in reality it is likely that each one of us has acted as an advocate in some sense. Simply defined, advocacy is ‘an act of pleading for, supporting or recommending’ (The...
Education for and about ageing provides an opportunity for children to gain continuity in their lives by recognising the naturalness and realities of growing old in a multicultural Australia.
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