Library

11
Jan

Turning Point

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Turning Point is the definitive analysis of contemporary Australia…a guidebook for our times. It is essential reading for anyone who cares about Australia’s future. In this illuminating book, Australia’s leading social researcher Hugh Mackay picks his way through the swirling ambiguities and finds evidence of a fundamental shift in our way of thinking about Australia. […]

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06
Jan

Banker to the Poor- Muhammad Yunus

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Banker to the poor is Yunus’s own enthralling story: of how Bangladesh’s terrible 1974 famine underlined the need to enable its victims to grow more food; of overcoming scepticism in many governments and in traditional economic thinking; and of how micro-credit was extended into credit unions in the West. Title: Banker to the Poor Author: […]

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06
Oct

Welcome from the Hosts 2016 (Audio)

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The Hon Scott Morrison MP and the Hon Jason Clare MP, old friends from opposing political parties discuss how friendships can form and change your life – despite differences in opinions and values. Their cross party friendship shows how mate-ship and commitment to serving others can bring people together from many different walks of life.

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24
Jul

NSLF Spotlight – Alysha

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Each year we take a group of young men and women to participate in the NSLF Internship program. This is an 8-month commitment to growing relationally, professionally and spiritually whilst helping to build the Forum event. Alysha is one of our 2016 Interns. Here’s her story. • How did you get involved with the Forum? […]

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24
Jul

NSLF Spotlight – Mimi

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Each year we take a group of young men and women to participate in the NSLF Internship program. This is an 8-month commitment to growing relationally, professionally and spiritually whilst helping to build the Forum event. Mimi is one of our 2016 Interns. Here’s her story.

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06
Jun

NSLF Spotlight – Jess

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NSLF Spotlight: The Interns Each year we take a group of young men and women to participate in the NSLF Internship program. This is an 8-month commitment to growing relationally, professionally and spiritually whilst helping to build the Forum event. Jess is one of our 2016 Interns. Here’s her story. • How did you get […]

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31
May

NSLF Spotlight – Nina

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NSLF Spotlight: The Interns Each year we take a group of young men and women to participate in the NSLF Internship program. This is an 8-month commitment to growing relationally, professionally and spiritually whilst helping to build the Forum event. Nina is one of our 2016 Interns. Here’s her story. • How did you get […]

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31
May

NSLF Spotlight – Georgia

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NSLF Spotlight: The Interns Each year we take a group of young men and women to participate in the NSLF Internship program. This is an 8-month commitment to growing relationally, professionally and spiritually whilst helping to build the Forum event. Georgia is one of our 2016 Interns. Here’s her story. • How did you get […]

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03
May

The biggest predictor of career success

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Whether it’s the creative value of diversity, the importance of relationships, or the significance of using our energies to give back to others- Rich Hirst takes a professional look at how these qualities, which are so foundational to our Forum message, can also be predictors for career success. According to multiple, peer-reviewed studies is being […]

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18
Feb

The Good Life by Hugh Mackay

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“You hear that insistent message, echoing through the philosophical traditions of East and West: treat other people the way you’d like to be treated. The basic message never alters, whether your moral heritage is Socratic, Jewish, Christian, Islamic, Buddhist, humanistic or anything in between.” Social researcher and psychologist Hugh Mackay has spent 40 years asking […]

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