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to break things down and start looking at the localised context. But at the same time, we’re bringing youth in Lebanon closer to what’s happening on a global scale.” With over 1000 young people set to attend the Innovation Labs in 2018, Sarah is hopeful that the centres become self-sustaining and provide a sense of future opportunity for the marginalised youth of Lebanon. “The international community and everyone else talks about prevention of violent extremism and wants to put money into youth programs

for this reason, but if you give these young people the same opportunities as others have, then we wouldn’t have to be preventing extremism or developing special programs to prevent it… because they won’t be attracted to it.” Laura Cormack RedR Consult Australia is a founding member of RedR Australia. For more information about RedR Australia, take a look at their website at

www.redr.org.au. Sarah’s role is funded by the Australian Government.

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2018 March Consulting Matters  

Consult Australia's official quarterly publication focuses on the issues which are prevalent in the consulting industry through articles and...

2018 March Consulting Matters  

Consult Australia's official quarterly publication focuses on the issues which are prevalent in the consulting industry through articles and...

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