Four of our future leaders to learn from Oxford, Cambridge
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Four young Indigenous Australians have won scholarships to prestigious English universities Oxford and Cambridge.
Vincent Backhaus from Queensland, Sarah Lynn Rees from Tasmania, and Rex Betar and Leila Smith both from New South Wales have been awarded Charlie Perkins Scholarships.
The awards are named in honour of Charlie Perkins who as well as being the first Indigenous man to graduate from university...
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