Fri, 13/11/2015 - Nancy Sadka
Early intervention can play a vital role in the development and wellbeing of a child with Autism, but what is the cost and who will pay for it? Dr Nancy Sadka has some answers for parents and carers.
Fri, 13/11/2015 - Sallie Forrest
Climate change is not only an environmental issue but also a major health emergency, especially for our children. Dr Sallie Forrest from Doctors for the Environment Australia asks you to support their call for the Health Minister to attend the Paris climate talks this December and put the health of our children front and centre.
Fri, 13/11/2015 - Brad Gray
Not many people realise that one of most effective weapons against climate change is all around them. Brad Gray from Planet Ark explains how the use of responsibly sourced and certified wood as a building material can have a significant positive environmental influence.
Wed, 11/11/2015 - Malcolm Crompton
Ethical human research needs to ensure the welfare of its participants and the quality and effectiveness of research. Malcolm Crompton is Chair of PRAXIS Australia, a new initiative aimed at anybody involved in medical research.
Mon, 09/11/2015 - Samantha Page
The Federal Government has proposed changes to the funding of childcare. Samatha Page, CEO of Early Childhood Australia (ECA), responds to comments made by the Education Minister Birmingham and says that if the Package and Activity Test remains as proposed many thousands of families will opt out of the system and the children who stand to benefit the most will miss out.
Fri, 06/11/2015 - Jessica Purbric...
The United Nations has recognised the ‘Mapping Exposure to Sea Level Rise in the Pacific Islands’ Project as a leading initiative dealing with climate change. Jessica Purbrick-Herbst from CRC for Spatial Information explains.