IT'S 30 YEARS SINCE THE U-N CONVENTION ON THE 'RIGHTS OF THE CHILD' - SO HOW ARE AUSTRALIA'S CHILDREN FARING IN 2019?
At a time when Australia’s GDP per capita is higher than it has ever been, our children are continuing to experience significant ill health – both physical & mental. On the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, children's hospitals are calling for action.
AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC: THE GOOD EARTH - AND YOUR GOOD SELF
Most of us feel better about ourselves after a walk in nature, and now science has a greater understanding of why. Ultimately, connecting with good, healthy earth is a stimulant for organic creatures like us, each made up of 37 trillion individual cells and an interactive host for bacteria, viruses and fungi. In the latest issue of AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC, leading science writer Wilson da Silva explains why people living in rural Australia are ‘made up’ differently to those living in our cities. That different make up is, in fact, our response to the world directly around us.
6TH ANNUAL SURVEY REVEALS AUSTRALIA’S HAPPIEST CUSTOMERS - 2020 QUALITY SERVICE AWARDS
In a world of social media tribes, hashtag outrage, online and automated support systems and global competition, keeping your customers happy has never been more complex. Thankfully there are organisations rising to the challenge – many maintaining the all-important personal touch (with a modern twist) – and they have been recognised in the sixth annual survey of Australia’s most satisfied customers.
AUSTRALIA CAPTURED – ‘IN LIVING MEMORY’ - DAILY LIFE IN AUSTRALIA FROM THE 1930s TO THE 1970s
A stunning new photo essay book from Australian Geographic ‘IN LIVING MEMORY’ captures the emergence of modern Australian life – from the 1930s to the 1970s – an era that shaped the Australia we know today. Powerful, personal images and dramatic contrasts of dark days and light. ‘IN LIVING MEMORY’ brings together stunning insights into everyday life – taken from Australia’s top cultural photographic collections - capturing struggle, hope, and growing confidence, and accompanied by insightful commentary from award-winning writer and historian Alasdair McGregor.