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My experience on a Leadership Immersion Program.

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Written by Sam Cook. Business Chicks Leadership Immersion Program Animator, Mexico, 2015.   It was a bright, sunny day.  I was standing in the lush gardens at the Australian Embassy in Mexico City. I was a long way from home, and WAY out of my comfort zone. Here I was, speaking in front of a crowd…

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Stella’s Story.

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We will never forget the look on Stella’s face when she described having no choice but to marry off her 14-year old grand-daughter, Emilida, to keep the other three children in her care alive. Stella’s eyes were heavy. The shame she felt was etched on her face. No choice. What would you do? Save three…

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The Dr. Badiul Majumdar Series: What Gets You Up In The Morning?

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Dr. Badiul Majumdar, Country Director of The Hunger Project Bangladesh, has been ending hunger for 28 years! In the final video in our special series, he talks about what motivates him every day to do the work he does.

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The Dr. Badiul Majumdar Series: Why Young People Are The Future

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Young people are the future of ending hunger. Dr. Badiul Majumdar, Country Director of The Hunger Project Bangladesh, discusses how they engage young people in ending hunger in Bangladesh in the sixth video in our special series.

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The Dr. Badiul Majumdar Series: A Big Lesson From A Small Bird

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This is the fifth video in our special series with Dr. Badiul Majumdar, Country Director of The Hunger Project Bangladesh. He talks about an important lesson he learnt from a small bird.

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The Dr. Badiul Majumdar Series: Why Poverty Is Sexist

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This is the fourth video in our special series with Dr. Badiul Majumdar, Country Director of The Hunger Project Bangladesh. He explains why poverty is sexist.

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An Interview with Olivia Ruello, CEO of Business Chicks

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Olivia Ruello, CEO of Business Chicks, Australia’s largest and most influential community for women, is a passionate and long-time supporter of The Hunger Project’s work.   At Business Chicks, they know that every woman has the capacity to do amazing things. Whether you run your own business or work in an office, they provide connection and support for women…

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Meet Razia: Protesting Child Marriage

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In Bangladesh, boys are typically valued more than girls. Girls are often pulled out of school at a young age to be married off. They aren’t able to earn an income for themselves or have a say in family decisions. They are made to look after their siblings and families, do the household chores and other…

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Lessons from THP Bangladesh Country Director, Dr. Badiul Majumdar.

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We were fortunate enough to host Dr. Badiul Majumdar and his wife, Tazima, this month, at a series of speaking events around Australia. You may have attended one of his talks about pioneering change and becoming a resilient leader.    If there is anyone to talk about resilience and leadership, it’s Dr. Majumdar. He has been leading the…

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You’re invited to our next Changemakers Series event!

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After a successful first event in our Changemakers Series, we are returning for a very special second event in Melbourne on the power of being resilient. This is a unique opportunity to hear from one of Bangladesh’s most powerful and compassionate forces for change. Dr. Badiul Alam Majumdar, Country Director of The Hunger Project Bangladesh,…

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