Is this what a classroom SHOULD look like in Australia?

I love some of the things happening in the education sector right now; it seems that there is a growing consensus within Generation Y that, on the whole, traditional education never really gave us a well-rounded view of the real world and as such many of us have fallen prey to some harsh life lessons when it comes to work, money and … well, life.

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Nishan David, Co-Founder of Bloodless

Social enterprise Bloodless gives rebels a cause

New Aussie streetwear label Bloodless is set to give young rebels a cause. On the first Monday of every month, Bloodless releases a limited edition in-house range of T-shirts that’s connected to a local change-maker in a developing nation. Each collection provides the change-maker with the seed capital they need to kickstart their initiative.

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Joni Freeman (1)

Good Return facilitates entrepreneurship in poverty stricken nations

Social enterprise, Good Return, is set to empower workers across the Asia Pacific region living in dire poverty. Through the online lending portal, Australians can make a one-to-one loan to an individual in Nepal, the Philippines, Tonga, Fiji or Cambodia so they’re able to start or expand a small business, grow their income, and lift their family out of poverty.

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Founder of Lavenderia shares the story behind her eco-friendly startup

Lavenderia NappyCare is Australia’s eco-friendly, modern cloth nappy washing and delivery service – providing nappy hire and washing services to families, hospitals and the child care industry. The business was built with a strict focus on eco-friendly work practices, utilising ‘cutting edge’ laundering and disinfection technology to meet the highest standards of hygiene without using toxic or harmful chemicals.

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