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Zero tolerance to lateral violence to improve health and wellbeing

see hear_readOn the 19th March 2012 after extensive discussions with Aboriginal and Islander Elders across this vast land, we launched the decade of Lateral Love and Spirit of Care for all Mankind 2012 – 2022 Campaign

So what is 'Lateral violence?

Do you know what Lateral violence is and how it affects you and your family?

How about the ways in which it plays out in the workforce and spills over...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 April 2012 10:20

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Grass roots leaders showing the way

Johnson familyThe decimation of Queensland's Labor at the recent State polls showed clearly that one day you could be the most popular and powerful person in the State and the next day you can be caste aside by voters as an insignificant minnow.

No one, least of all a politician with an ego to match their salary, likes to be removed from government with all the perks afforded them by generous taxpayers.

The...

 

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