Q&A with Red Cross aid worker Ruth Jebb
Midwife and nurse Ruth Jebb has spent 10 years working in crisis and conflict zones for the Red Cross.
A life-changing encounter
How a chance meeting changed the lives of two women who share a passion for educating others.
Painting the portrait of popes and princesses
The former Red Guard revolutionary who became a portraitist to fame and royalty.
Dreaming big makes a big difference
David thrived during his law studies at ACU, graduated, and went on to land an impressive diplomatic role in Timor-Leste.
Education the key for one of the world's oldest civilisations
How the survival of an ancient religious community rests on the hopes of Iraq’s first Catholic university.
Witchcraft beliefs: the bid to stop the harmful practices that lead to mutilation, torture and death
Workshop on witchcraft and human rights paving the way for greater support for people with albinism.
Tahir's incredible journey from war-torn Afghanistan
The moment one Afghani refugee knew he would become a nurse.
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