RESULTS 2019 National Conference

RESULTS 2019 National Conference, Confirmed Speakers

The RESULTS Australia’s National Conference was held at the National Centre for Indigenous Excellence, Sydney over the weekend of 15-16 June. When: Starting 11am Saturday 15 June and finishing 5pm Sunday 16 June. Where: National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, 166 – 180 George Street, Redfern, Sydney Register: here Speakers Rev. Tim Costello, Executive Director of Micah...

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World Immunization Week highlights the importance of vaccinations

World Immunisation Week logo, RESULTS Australia

Media Release  Wednesday April 17, 2019 Did you know? There are nearly 20 million un-vaccinated and under-vaccinated children in the world today. The ongoing measles notifications in NSW alone have reached 36 since last Christmas, according to the NSW Department of Health, and the number of cases in Australia since the beginning of 2019 has reached 93 (similar to...

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Letter to ‘The Canberra Times’ – cut to aid in Budget…

The Canberra Times, logo, letter published by Peter Graves

With the Federal Budget delivered by Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg last Tuesday evening, many Australians were concerned about the allocation set aside for foreign aid, particularly RESULTS Australia and our volunteers. Peter Graves, a volunteer with RESULTS Australia, voiced his concern about the cut to Australia’s overseas assistance, in a letter...

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Tax cuts at the expense of aid budget growth?

RESULTS Australia

Media release April 3, 2019 “The Government has made it clear that foreign aid remains a low priority with the Budget handed down tonight,” said RESULTS Australia CEO, Amelia Christie. “While we’re glad the Pacific is seeing a renewed focus, we’re going to see some programs cut and a reduction...

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Wrap-up of World TB Day 2019

Tuberculosis—a preventable and curable disease— has the infamous title of being the leading infectious disease killer in the world. It now kills more people than HIV & AIDS. In 2017, 10 million fell ill with TB and needed treatment, including one million children, 3.2 million women and 5.8 million men (according...

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