GEIFN | MEDIA | Mix | March 2018

MEDIA WORDS
Approx 5 min reads

Intro
Cat Woods explores connections between childhood environments and adult response mechanisms, revealing strategies “Why falling short of targets is a necessary step towards success” via The Canberra Times
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/lifestyle/health-and-wellbeing/why-falling-short-of-targets-is-a-necessary-step-towards-success-20180216-h0w7c6.html

Jenny Cooney Carrillo explores self-doubt, public-trust and realizing experience in audience with “Helen Mirren: I think the #Metoo movement has been bubbling away for the whole of my life” via The Brisbane Times
https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/entertainment/celebrity/helen-mirren-i-think-the-metoo-movement-has-been-bubbling-away-for-the-whole-of-my-life-20180215-h0w4xj.html

Nicole Webb explores enduring value in learning, knowing and using additional world languages, reasoning why “I'm future-proofing my child with Chinese lessons - we should all be doing the same” via The Sydney Morning Herald
http://www.smh.com.au/comment/im-futureproofing-my-child-with-chinese-lessons--we-should-all-be-doing-the-same-20171022-gz5yyw.html


Intra
Nina Hendy updates on party planning, gaining sellers and commodifying relationships to ship more product, old school Facebook, inviting us to sneak a peek “Inside the world of multi-level marketing” via The Age
https://www.theage.com.au/business/small-business/inside-the-world-of-multi-level-marketing-20180222-p4z19n.html

James Gorman explores an example of reconciling origin stories, contextual motives, collective recollection, evidence and truth, revealing “Debunked: The strange tale of Pope Gregory, Lent and rabbits” via The Brisbane Times
https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/environment/conservation/debunked-the-strange-tale-of-pope-gregory-lent-and-rabbits-20180214-h0w2hf.html

Maureen Mathews explores five languages of love and cultivating empathy, listening effectively in “About last night” via The Sydney Morning Herald
http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/life/family-relationships-and-sex/m17aboutlastnight-20180202-h0siq8.html


Inter
Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Asha Bandele explores disadvantage, race-profiling and origins of a protest movement affecting change, when “Black Lives Matter: Trayvon Martin, the verdict that changed everything” via The Canberra Times
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/world/black-lives-matter-trayvon-martin-the-verdict-that-changed-everything-20180206-h0ur4c.html

Louise Schwartzkoff explores the origin story of a triumph over division, reviewing how “Riot recounts the birth of the Sydney Mardi Gras and the gay rights movement” via The Canberra Times
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/entertainment/tv-and-radio/riot-recounts-the-birth-of-the-sydney-mardi-gras-and-the-gay-rights-movement-20180214-h0w490.html

Myffy Rigby explores an example of owning difference, mixing flavours and returning to roots, join this insightful cook’s tour with “Lee Ho Fook chef Victor Liong: 'These temples of gastronomy aren't producing racehorses'” via GoodFood
https://www.goodfood.com.au/eat-out/news/lee-ho-fook-chef-these-temples-of-gastronomy-arent-producing-racehorses-20180214-h0w33o


Multi
Brian Johnston explores ancient civilizations, changing times, creature comforts and looking through a modern viewfinder, revealing “India tour: How to see India in a one-off adventure - Delhi, Jaipur, Agra” via Traveller.com.au
http://www.traveller.com.au/colour-your-world-via-delhi-jaipur-agra-h0wdti

Sue Williams explores connections between friendliness to foreigners and not being colonized, discover a postcard in the long life of “Ethiopia, Africa: The amazing country that no longer wants to be kept secret” via Traveller.com.au
http://www.traveller.com.au/ethiopia--africas-next-hot-destination-h0to4k

Chloe Booker explores connections between public interest, public expression, anti-graffiti efforts and personal endeavor, revealing “Our nearest faraway place is an Alphington bus stop with ocean views” via The Age
https://www.theage.com.au/melbourne-news/our-nearest-faraway-place-is-an-alphington-bus-stop-with-ocean-views-20180221-p4z135.html


All
John Silvester explores public scare mongering while steady hands tool the people, procedures and system for success, shining a light on the ringmaster of “Ashton's Circus - walking the political tightrope” via The Age
http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/ashton-s-circus-walking-the-political-tightrope-20180207-p4yzoe.html

Amrit Dhillon explores how society norms of arranged marriages can be a successful solution for connecting lonely hearts, revealing “In India, even gay people want an arranged marriage” via WA Today
http://www.watoday.com.au/world/in-india-even-gay-people-want-an-arranged-marriage-20180218-p4z0t5

Philip Bump explores students, putting personal aspirations on hold to mass peacefully to create positive societal change, revealing “Eight reasons the Parkland students have emerged as a powerful political voice” via The Sydney Morning Herald
https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/world/eight-reasons-the-parkland-students-have-emerged-as-a-powerful-political-voice-20180220-h0wcpa.html


Togather
Tom Cowie explores a Melbourne Church hitting runs with international students, providing a level playing field, providing belonging and drawing appreciative crowds back to the pews, revealing “The 131-year-old church hall reincarnated into a cricket ground” via The Sydney Morning Herald
http://www.smh.com.au/victoria/the-131-year-old-church-hall-reincarnated-into-a-cricket-ground-20180223-p4z1ii

Bridget McManus explores a documentary lifting the veil of public ignorance, raising the bar of respectful dialogue and getting along as “Not one and the same” via The Brisbane Times
https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/entertainment/tv-and-radio/m17tvfta-20180202-h0sm6m.html

Anna Prytz explores breaking down barriers, meeting identified need for personalized inhome support for isolated new mums, smoothing transition into parenting, revealing “'I was feeling really alone': Volunteers support struggling new mums” via The Sydney Morning Herald
https://www.smh.com.au/national/victoria/i-was-feeling-really-alone-volunteers-support-struggling-new-mums-20180222-p4z18d.html


Nobly
Helen Pitt explores an example of religious celebration and stylish myth busting when “Rainbow hijab a first for Sydney's 40th Mardi Gras” via The Canberra Times
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/melbourne-arts/rainbow-hijab-a-first-for-sydneys-40th-mardi-gras-20180215-h0w4xh

Amy Fallon explores an RMIT student storming African fields with style, revealing “The Aussie student who makes soccer jerseys for the world's toughest market” via The Canberra Times
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/world/the-aussie-student-who-makes-soccer-jerseys-for-the-world-s-toughest-market-20180216-p4z0l8.html

Stephanie Bunbury explores personal identity, public expression and enduring songlines, reviewing “Gurrumul documentary bridges two worlds to remember a great talent” via The Age
https://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/movies/gurrumul-documentary-bridges-two-worlds-to-remember-a-great-talent-20180222-h0wgwo.html


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TED TALKS
Approx 20min presentations

Erin Marie Saltman: How young people join violent extremist groups — and how to stop them

Miranda Wang and Jeanny Yao: Two young scientists break down plastics with bacteria

Linda Cliatt-Wayman: How to fix a broken school? Lead fearlessly, love hard


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GUEST SINGS
Approx 5 min presentation

Shawn Mendes, Sam Tsui, Casey Breves and Friends - Treat you better
https://youtu.be/G9-mNePe5zE


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STREET JIVES
Approx 2 min presentation

Sesame Street and Robin Williams: Conflict
https://youtu.be/Gl3e-OUnavQ


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LIFE ILLUMINATES
Approx 3 min presentation

Robbie Novak’s A Pep Talk from Kid President to You
https://youtu.be/l-gQLqv9f4o