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    Australia in Brief French Translation
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    In support of DFAT's Indigenous Diplomacy Agenda, the Australian High Commission Singapore presents Australian Aboriginal Elders Wisdom Webinar session with Aunty Bilawara Lee, Senior Elder of the Larrakia Nation, Northern Territory. A recipient of the Female Elder of the Year 2021 NAIDOC Awards in Darwin and the first and only Larrakia Academic in Residence at Charles Darwin University, Aunty Bilawara will share her wisdom on Aboriginal Culture and Protocols. ๐—”๐—•๐—ข๐—จ๐—ง ๐—ง๐—›๐—˜ ๐—ฆ๐—ฃ๐—˜๐—”๐—ž๐—˜๐—ฅ๐—ฆ Aunty Bilawara Lee is a highly respected Elder of the Larrakia Nation. For the past three years, she has been steadfastly committed to reviving the Larrakia language. This has included teaching Australiaโ€™s Governor General and the Northern Territoryโ€™s Administrator an Acknowledgement to Country in Larrakia Language. A recipient of the Female Elder of the Year Award in the 2021 NAIDOC Awards in Darwin, Aunty Bilawara is an internationally published author of two books (Star Dreaming and Healing from the Dilly Bag), and the first and only Larrakia Academic in Residence at Charles Darwin University. She also chairs the Menzies Child Health Divisionโ€™s Indigenous Reference Group. Aunty Bilawara is the Australian Aboriginal representative on the International Indigenous Grandmothers Council, who are recognised as the wisdom keepers of the world of ancient sacred knowledge. Aunty Bilawara is acknowledged and respected internationally as a Healer and Teacher of the ancient wisdoms of Aboriginal Spirituality and Healing, cross-cultural communication and Larrakia cultural protocols. She represents Australia on the International Indigenous Grandmothers Council. A much-loved community communicator, Aunty Bilawara also conducts many Welcome to Country and smoking ceremonies.
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    DFAT's Toolkit on Climate Change, Energy & the Environment provides a number of videos and resources. This PowerPoint presentation, DFAT's Climate Change Action Strategy, includes audio and is best viewed using the 'Slide Show' mode. This presentation is an alternative to the video of the same name and provides the same information. Created in August 2021. This version is for external use.
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    English version
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    Chinese edition of Australia in brief
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    DFAT's Toolkit on Climate Change, Energy & the Environment provides a number of videos and resources. This PowerPoint presentation, Waste, Recycling and Marine Debris, includes audio and is best viewed using the 'Slide Show' mode. This presentation is an alternative to the video of the same name and provides the same information. Created in August 2021. This version is for external use.
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    DFAT's Toolkit on Climate Change, Energy & the Environment provides a number of videos and resources. This PowerPoint presentation, Oceans: Overview of Strategic Issues, includes audio and is best viewed using the 'Slide Show' mode. This presentation is an alternative to the video of the same name and provides the same information. Created in August 2021. This version is for external use.
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    DFAT's Toolkit on Climate Change, Energy & the Environment provides a number of videos and resources. This PowerPoint presentation, Social Inclusion & Climate Change: Leaving No One Behind, includes audio and is best viewed using the 'Slide Show' mode. This presentation is an alternative to the video of the same name and provides the same information. Created in August 2021. This version is for external use.
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    DFAT's Toolkit on Climate Change, Energy & the Environment provides a number of videos and resources. This PowerPoint presentation, Good Practice Examples of Integration, includes audio and is best viewed using the 'Slide Show' mode. This presentation is an alternative to the video of the same name and provides the same information. Created in August 2021. This version is for external use.
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    During inspections in the Customs warehouse in Jakarta, Australian Embassy representative Daniel Woods talks with Indonesian Foreign Affairs and Indonesian Customs officials. 1,095,000 doses of AstraZeneca Vaccine was handed over to Indonesia on 14 December 2021.
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    Australian Embassy representative Daniel Woods talks with Indonesian Foreign Affairs and Indonesian Customs officials, during the handover of 1,095,000 doses of AstraZeneca Vaccine to Indonesia. Photo taken in Jakarta, Indonesia, 14 December 2021.
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    Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security Partners Forum - Access to Medicine Foundation AMR Benchmarking Study
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    Having started her career as a nurse in some of Fiji's most remote places, Sister Selina knows what it's like to be the only healthcare worker on the frontline. But when COVID-19 hit she was unable to share her knowledge to help colleagues dealing with the pandemic. So she turned to the radio, producing 'Health Care on Air'. It'a weekly radio show supported by the Australian Government which reaches nurses in the remotest parts of Fiji. The program helps them build their knowledge and gain the confidence needed to face the pandemic in their isolated communities. Content developed in partnership with ABC International. Refer to Development Communications and Partnership section for more information: [email protected]
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    COVID reopens old traumas for people in Cambodia In Cambodia, COVID lockdowns triggered memories of a brutal past for many Khmer Rouge survivors. People lost loved ones and livelihoods to COVID, but the trauma also reopened psychological wounds. Dr Soetheara Chhim and the Transcultural Psychosocial Organization run Cambodia's only suicide support hotline, which has seen a dramatic spike in calls for help during the pandemic. Go behind the scenes to see the team's important work providing counselling to Cambodians in need. Content developed in partnership with ABC International. Refer to Development Communications and Partnership section for more information: [email protected]
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    Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Sen the Hon Marise Payne, joins UNICEF Representative to Vietnam Rana Flowers to handover critical vaccine support (fridges, syringes and safety boxes) to Vietnam's Minister for Health Professor Nguyen Thanh Long at a ceremony at the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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    Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Sen the Hon Marise Payne, hands over critical vaccine support (fridges, syringes and safety boxes) from Australia to Vietnam to Vietnam's Minister for Health Professor Nguyen Thanh Long, at a ceremony at the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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    Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Sen the Hon Marise Payne, joins UNICEF Representative to Vietnam Rana Flowers (right) and Australia's Ambassador to Vietnam (left) to handover critical vaccine support (fridges, syringes and safety boxes) to Vietnam's Minister of Health Professor Nguyen Thanh Long (2nd from right) at a ceremony at the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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    Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Sen the Hon Marise Payne, joins UNICEF Representative to Vietnam Rana Flowers (right) and Australia's Ambassador to Vietnam (left) to handover critical vaccine support (fridges, syringes and safety boxes) to Vietnam's Minister of Health Professor Nguyen Thanh Long (2nd from right) at a ceremony at the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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    Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women Senator the Hon Marise Payne meets with HE Mr Pham Minh Chinh, Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam during a visit to Hanoi, Vietnam on 9 November 2021. They are joined by Vietnam's Minister for Foreign Affairs HE Bui Thanh Son, the Australian delegation and representatives from the Ministry of Planning and Investment, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Health, Office of Government.
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    Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women Senator the Hon Marise Payne meets with HE Mr Pham Minh Chinh, Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam during a visit to Hanoi, Vietnam on 9 November 2021. They are joined by Vietnam's Minister for Foreign Affairs HE Bui Thanh Son, the Australian delegation and representatives from the Ministry of Planning and Investment, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Health, Office of Government.
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    Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Sen the Hon Marise Payne (left), Vietnam's Minister of Health Professor Nguyen Thanh Long (2nd from left), UNICEF Representative to Vietnam Rana Flowers (centre), NIHE Director Dr Dang Duc Anh (2nd from right) and Australia's Ambassador to Vietnam HE Robyn Mudie (right) stand next to two of the 1,910 fridges donated Australia's assistance under the Australia-UNICEF partnership.
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    Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Sen the Hon Marise Payne, looks at one of the 1,910 fridges donated by Australia to Vietnam during a handover ceremony to Vietnam's Minister of Health Professor Nguyen Thanh Long with UNICEF at the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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    Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Sen the Hon Marise Payne, stands with Vietnam's Minister for Health Professor Nguyen Thanh Long, next to one of the 1,910 fridges donated by Australia to Vietnam following a handover ceremony at the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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    From Honiara to rural communities, we follow the Kaleko SteiFree team, led by Mary Ramosaea, as they produce and distribute the Solomon Islands one and only reusable sanitary product, helping local women's sexual and reproductive health, despite the challenges of COVID-19. Mary is assisted by Australian Paul Howorth through the Pacific Rise project which supplied her materials to continue work even when COVID disrupted international supply chains.
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    Did you know Australia ranks eighth globally for life sciences research? Australian research has yielded remarkable discoveries including Penicillin-based antibiotics, ultrasounds and in-vitro fertilisation. Find out how our world-class medical innovations are saving and enhancing lives in the fourth of our series of microsites in collaboration with Bloomberg Media. Visit our Bloomberg health and life sciences website at https://sponsored.bloomberg.com/immersive/theaustralianopportunity/australia-a-medtech-powerhouse