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Children’s Rights to Read

IRA The Children’s Rights to Read initiative, founded on 10 fundamental rights every child deserves, was developed to ensure that every child, everywhere, has access to the education, opportunities, and resources
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Access to Books Makes All the Difference

Expert literacy consultant Sharon Callen chats to Ted Ega, prolific singer, songwriter and lover of Australian characters and their stories, about how access to quality literature made a huge difference
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Children’s Week

Children’s Week is an annual event celebrated in Australia held around the fourth Wednesday in October. In 1996 it was decided to adopt a permanent theme: “A Caring World Shares”
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New episode from the 2022 symposium

The next presentation in the 2022 Literature Symposium is now available for you to view! This presentation features Anna Burkey from Australia Reads. You can watch the presentation by clicking this
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International Women’s Day

UN Women Australia website Australia’s first International Women’s Day was held in 1928 in Sydney. Organised by the Militant Women’s Movement, women called for equal pay for equal work, an 8
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