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Slavery – we have come so far, but yet so far to go
2nd Dec, 14 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Slavery – we have come so far, but yet so far to go

Today is the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery - a time to celebrate the achievements made in working to end slavery, and acknowledge the work still to be done.

Third Day: the simple act that changes lives
1st Dec, 14 | Posted by Mark Lee
Third Day: the simple act that changes lives

Rock band Third Day have partnered with World Vision for over a decade - and now they are coming to Australia as part of World Vision Australia's 2015 Make a Difference Tour. Guitarist Mark Lee shares his experiences of the impact World Vision's work can have.

Using music to give all children a chance at life
28th Nov, 14 | Posted by Ezereve
Using music to give all children a chance at life

World Vision Artist Ezereve is passionate about giving all children a chance at life - so she's using her new album 'Knocking on the Shore' to raise funds for Child Rescue programs in Cambodia.

How I stopped getting bad Christmas presents and helped end exploitation
26th Nov, 14 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
How I stopped getting bad Christmas presents and helped end exploitation

World Vision's Public Advocacy Manager Ruth Dearnley shares her top tips for giving - and receiving - ethical gifts this Christmas.

Channels of Hope: changing habits and hearts
25th Nov, 14 | Posted by Mariska Meldrum
Channels of Hope: changing habits and hearts

It’s not every day that you hear a community leader freely admit he used to abuse his wife. Yet, this was the experience World Vision staff member Mariska Meldrum had when visiting the Solomon Islands recently.

Hope in paradise: tackling gender based violence in the Solomon Islands
24th Nov, 14 | Posted by Amanda Carey
Hope in paradise: tackling gender based violence in the Solomon Islands

64% of women in the Solomon Islands have experienced physical or sexual violence from an intimate partner. Amanda Carey shares her experiences of how World Vision's Channels of Hope projects are partnering with faith and community leaders to end the violence.