“My uncle had a stroke and lost his speech. I realise now, with the training I’ve received at Flinders, that I would have been able to help him.”
Flinders University students have met with future leaders from 47 countries at the recent Humanitarian Affairs 5th University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Cambodia.
A picture may say more than a thousand words, but the Flinders University Chinese Student and Scholar Association has taken no chances by using both to share its stories.
South Australia has an international reputation for its arts and culture, yet the broader impact of our bustling arts scene is often overshadowed by an emphasis on the bottom line.
He said the forum was an opportunity to advance and inform the thinking and practices behind one of the key public policy issues of the day.
The instability of coastal sand dunes – already an issue for Adelaide’s suburban beaches – is likely to worsen as sea levels rise with global warming.
The third Art by Prisoners exhibition has attracted by far its largest number of entries, with works submitted from all of South Australia’s nine adult penal institutions.
There’s a ghost town on Baker’s Flat in South Australia, but you have to look hard to find it.