Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard received a warm welcome when she returned to her homeland of Wales earlier
I find it almost impossible to imagine life without literacy. But not being able to read is the day to day reality for billions of people.
The stakes could not be greater. More than 58 million children around the world are simply not in school and 250 million are not acquiring the basic knowledge and skills they should by grade four.
The United Nations Millennium Development Goals are the promises the global community made to the poorest in the world. One of those promises was to the world's children. We said that by the end of 2015, every child would be able to go to primary school.
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Despite knitting for the royal baby, Gillard said she still hoped Australia would one day become a republic. The nation's
"It's a humorous way of telling Grace Collier she's an idiot," Jenna Price, a Destroy The Joint spokeswoman and media academic
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"I don't think, in life, one can look at a whole profession full of different human beings and say 'Gee we know something
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The real lesson here is that governments during the ongoing global economic crisis have consistently displayed a poor ability to project their revenue stream, even in as short a time span as one year. This leads to the transcending economic lesson of Australia's current fiscal mess.
Australia officially made Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg its first honorary citizen on Monday in recognition of the thousands
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