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  • Teachers at Makeni Primary School, Sierra Leone, were trained in how to use the integrated peace curriculum activities. Photo by Jane Weston
    Teachers at Makeni Primary School, Sierra Leone, were trained in how to use the integrated peace curriculum activities.
    Photo by Jane Weston
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    Teachers at Makeni Primary School, Sierra Leone, were trained in how to use the integrated peace curriculum activities. Photo by Jane Weston
    Grade 1 students in Sierra Leone singing ‘This is the way we reconcile’ from the Peace Education Kit. Photo by Jane Weston
    Grade 1 students in Sierra Leone singing ‘This is the way we reconcile’ from the Peace Education Kit.
    Photo by Jane Weston
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    Grade 1 students in Sierra Leone singing ‘This is the way we reconcile’ from the Peace Education Kit. Photo by Jane Weston
  • Year 8 and 9 students from Makeni Secondary School, Sierra Leone, performing a play they wrote about conflict resolution. Photo by Jane Weston
    Year 8 and 9 students from Makeni Secondary School, Sierra Leone, performing a play they wrote about conflict resolution.
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    Year 8 and 9 students from Makeni Secondary School, Sierra Leone, performing a play they wrote about conflict resolution. Photo by Jane Weston
    Students in Sierra Leone are happier at school and at home after learning peaceful strategies to deal with conflict. Photo by Jane Weston
    Students in Sierra Leone are happier at school and at home after learning peaceful strategies to deal with conflict.
    Photo by Jane Weston
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    Students in Sierra Leone are happier at school and at home after learning peaceful strategies to deal with conflict. Photo by Jane Weston
  • Building a culture of peace includes learning about rights and privileges, and putting them into action. Photo by Jane Weston
    Building a culture of peace includes learning about rights and privileges, and putting them into action.
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    Building a culture of peace includes learning about rights and privileges, and putting them into action. Photo by Jane Weston
    Tilapia raised in a Thai fish-farming project will help improve food security and reduce poverty. Photo from World Vision Australia
    Tilapia raised in a Thai fish-farming project will help improve food security and reduce poverty.
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    Tilapia raised in a Thai fish-farming project will help improve food security and reduce poverty. Photo from World Vision Australia
  • At this Thai fish farm, fish are raised in floating baskets and vegetables are planted around the ponds, providing improved food security for families. Photo from World Vision Australia
    At this Thai fish farm, fish are raised in floating baskets and vegetables are planted around the ponds, providing improved food security for families.
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    At this Thai fish farm, fish are raised in floating baskets and vegetables are planted around the ponds, providing improved food security for families. Photo from World Vision Australia
    Map showing locations of South Pacific sea level and climate monitoring stations. © Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2011, Bureau of Meteorology
    Map showing locations of South Pacific sea level and climate monitoring stations.
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    Map showing locations of South Pacific sea level and climate monitoring stations. © Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2011, Bureau of Meteorology
    Graph of sea-level trends (mm/year) at SEAFRAME stations throughout the Pacific Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). The South Pacific Sea Level and Climate  Monitoring Project, Monthly Data Report, No. 191, May 2011 http://www.bom.gov.au/ntc/IDO60101/IDO60101.201105.pdf, © Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2011, Bureau of Meteorology.
    Graph of sea-level trends (mm/year) at SEAFRAME stations throughout the Pacific Bureau of Meteorology (BOM).
    The South Pacific Sea Level and Climate Monitoring Project, Monthly Data Report, No. 191, May 2011 http://www.bom.gov.au/ntc/IDO60101/IDO60101.201105.pdf, © Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2011, Bureau of Meteorology.
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    Graph of sea-level trends (mm/year) at SEAFRAME stations throughout the Pacific Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). The South Pacific Sea Level and Climate  Monitoring Project, Monthly Data Report, No. 191, May 2011 http://www.bom.gov.au/ntc/IDO60101/IDO60101.201105.pdf, © Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2011, Bureau of Meteorology.
  • Diagram of a sea-level monitoring station © Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2011, Bureau of Meteorology
    Diagram of a sea-level monitoring station
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    Diagram of a sea-level monitoring station © Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2011, Bureau of Meteorology
    A weather-monitoring station in Kiribati has equipment for measuring wind speed and direction and temperature of air and sea. Photo by Jodi Gatfield for DFAT
    A weather-monitoring station in Kiribati has equipment for measuring wind speed and direction and temperature of air and sea.
    Photo by Jodi Gatfield for DFAT
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    A weather-monitoring station in Kiribati has equipment for measuring wind speed and direction and temperature of air and sea. Photo by Jodi Gatfield for DFAT
  • Ploughing a field for sugar cane production in Nadi, Fiji. Photo © Commonwealth of Australia http://www.bom.gov.au/other/copyright.shtml?ftr
    Ploughing a field for sugar cane production in Nadi, Fiji.
    Photo © Commonwealth of Australia http://www.bom.gov.au/other/copyright.shtml?ftr
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    Ploughing a field for sugar cane production in Nadi, Fiji. Photo © Commonwealth of Australia http://www.bom.gov.au/other/copyright.shtml?ftr
    The Indochinese box turtle, Cuora galbinifrons, once common across much of South-East Asia, is now listed as critically endangered. Photo by Chris Banks
    The Indochinese box turtle, Cuora galbinifrons, once common across much of South-East Asia, is now listed as critically endangered.
    Photo by Chris Banks
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    The Indochinese box turtle, Cuora galbinifrons, once common across much of South-East Asia, is now listed as critically endangered. Photo by Chris Banks
  • Local villagers Binh and Thien are employed to care for more than 500 turtles at the Turtle Conservation Center. Photo © Cuc Phuong National Park Turtle Conservation Centre
    Local villagers Binh and Thien are employed to care for more than 500 turtles at the Turtle Conservation Center.
    Photo © Cuc Phuong National Park Turtle Conservation Centre
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    Local villagers Binh and Thien are employed to care for more than 500 turtles at the Turtle Conservation Center. Photo © Cuc Phuong National Park Turtle Conservation Centre
    A local keeper checking a big-headed turtle, platysternon megacephalum Photo © Cuc Phuong National Park Turtle Conservation Centre
    A local keeper checking a big-headed turtle, platysternon megacephalum
    Photo © Cuc Phuong National Park Turtle Conservation Centre
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    A local keeper checking a big-headed turtle, platysternon megacephalum Photo © Cuc Phuong National Park Turtle Conservation Centre
    Drains were cleared and roads sealed, creating a safer and cleaner environment in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India. Photo by AusAID
    Drains were cleared and roads sealed, creating a safer and cleaner environment in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India.
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    Drains were cleared and roads sealed, creating a safer and cleaner environment in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India. Photo by AusAID
    New taps connected to the water pipe network provided clean water for households to share in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India. Photo by AusAID
    New taps connected to the water pipe network provided clean water for households to share in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India.
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    New taps connected to the water pipe network provided clean water for households to share in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India. Photo by AusAID