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by: 3things, 23 Oct 2014.

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Ever get the feeling you're not being listened to? Like, you've got some important stuff to say but the suits are more interested in generalised statements than actually asking what we want? Then take part in an epic Global Tweetathon tomorrow (hosted by 3things!) + change the conversation.

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Get creative on climate change for your chance to win tickets to the World Parks Congress in Sydney this November

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What do you get when you have 10 speakers, with 5 minutes and 3things for social change? An epic Sunday morning that's what.

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As today sadly marks my last day at Oxfam, I wanted to share what it's like to be a tiny intern among many giant minds & why those of you reading this should consider experiencing the same. If footwear being optional and milkshake meetings sound appealing to you, read on!

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#MyFoodStory

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by: Alex England, 20 Oct 2014.

Posted in: Food

With Fair Food Week underway find out how you could win a share of the $900 of food-lover’s prizes to be given away

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Birtukan Dagnachew Tegegn believes in making a contribution to the world--through farming. But making a living this way hasn't been easy for Birtukan. Check out her story and support small scale farmers this World Food Day.

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Did you know that women will have to wait up to 75 years to achieve equal pay in Australia? Crazy, right? Hit up this article and recent report by Oxfam Australia to see how and why this needs to be changed, stat.

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Could you make it as a farmer? Take our quiz to find out, and find out what else you can do for World Food Day.

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Overwhelmed by the plight of refugees? Build a school! Hope through education.

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An exciting new ethical fashion label Jacob and Esau is about to launch thanks to the support of 'Pozible' pledgers. In the campaigns final stages, the label is closing in on the target needed to get its first collection off the ground.

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