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he quietly spoken Abdi Aden tells a terrifying Aden has just quit work as a Whittlesea council youth story in a voice so calm you can’t imagine worker to concentrate on his own Northern Youth the horror he endured as a teenager dodging Services project, Inspire by Abdi, which advocates for bullets fired by killing parties hunting him the needs of teenagers through programs, excursions, down. forums, casework and support networking. He could be reciting a shopping list as he tells of He is also a popular public speaker after he featured in companions gunned down, but his voice becomes the SBS series Go back to where you came from, in which passionate when he speaks of Prime Minister Kevin he told his life story. Rudd’s solution to boat people. Going back to Somalia is no longer an option “No one flees their country unless they have to,” he for Aden, who did return briefly after he first fled says. “No one sets out on the ocean to die.” Mogadishu. “I went back after a few months in Kenya to Aden knows from experience: in 1991 he was a see if I could find my parents; they weren’t there. I have 12-year-old playing soccer after school in Somalia’s since found my mother but been told my father is capital, Mogadishu, when bombs started falling dead, while my sister is alive in London. There is and life as he knew it shattered. nothing in Somalia for me now.” “asylum Now 37, the Craigieburn father of three With the help of the Red Cross, he found seekers have boys aged five to 10 says he is lucky to be alive his mother living in a Kenyan refugee camp something after civil war gripped his former homeland, where she had adopted nine children. Aden to offer.” launching him adrift. sponsored them to come to Australia and they He says he was one of a group of about 300 now live close to him. who fled Somalia in 1991 and saw his companions Aden’s memory of his first escape from Somalia picked off by gunmen and animal predators, including is still painful. “We saw people die, but we had to keep lions, leaving only a handful to survive. moving,” he says. “There were people with guns hunting “I was one of only five to survive and arrived in a us, then there were the animals. Apart from the big cats, refugee camp in Kenya almost four months and about we heard the hyenas at night and they wanted [to eat] us. 500 kilometres later after leaving Somalia,” he says. “There were armed militia and government troops on “At the time I was a kid on my own except for a the roads, so the roads were dangerous, but going into [neighbour] woman who had five kids. the bush put us in the path of animals that would eat us.” “We buried four of them on the way to Kenya and After his brief return to Somalia, Aden fled to left her behind as well because she said she couldn’t Romania where he lived for 18 months as a gypsy. He walk any more, but her [surviving] son and I made it to then went to Germany and arrived in Australia in the Kenya.” early 1990s on a tourist visa. The penniless, homeless
15-year-old applied for permanent residency on humanitarian grounds – which he was granted. “I lived on the streets and in homeless shelters and on the couches of friends who I will never forget,” he says. “At 15 I didn’t know much. But I had friends and survived; when I was homeless [in Melbourne] and had nowhere else to go, I would catch trains and sleep, taking a train to Frankston or other outer suburbs.” After gaining permanent residency, Aden finished secondary school, then university, working part-time jobs to support himself. “We asylum seekers have something to offer,” he says. “Boat people must be very desperate to brave rough seas at night; they must be escaping persecution. “We have to have the Australian and Indonesian governments talk together to find a solution where children are not left to die in the [sea].” Aden says people must look at the issue in terms of humans – young, old, infirm and like himself decades ago, “desperate”. “When I fled Somalia, people were firing bullets at us – they wanted me and the others fleeing dead. But I survived for a reason. I am here to tell people what happened in my homeland. I am passionate about changing people’s opinions about asylum seekers, why we come and what we can offer. I am very lucky that I can empower the community about refugees.” \ email@example.com
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What’s on GET IN CHECKMATE Develop your chess skills with an interesting and challenging game of chess as part of The Age Library’s chess club. All skill levels are welcome with no bookings required. Simply bring your game face and join in a game at this all-ages club. Every Thursday, 4-8pm at The Age Library, 1093 Pascoe Vale Road, Broadmeadows. Free. ■ Details: 9356 6900.
YOU’RE THE VOICE Choir group With One Voice is ideal for aspiring singers of all ages and languages. Participants are encouraged to join in with
TO MARKET, TO MARKET The Highlands Farmers’ and Community Market is on again this Saturday. Offering fresh seasonal produce, wine, unique handmade arts and crafts, jewellery, sweet treats, toys and free family entertainment set in the beautiful surrounds of Highlands Lake. August 17 at Highlands shopping centre, 300-332 Grand Boulevard, from 9am-2pm. Gold coin entry. ■ Details: 0498 632 824 or highlandsfarmersmarket.com.
6-7.15pm. Cost to attend is by donation (concession card holders are admitted for free). ■ Details: 8679 6088 or creativityaustralia. org.au.
performances and then network over supper. It’s a safe and supportive way to improve your English skills, enhance your abilities and ‘network’. No experience is necessary and new members are welcome. Every Wednesday at The Homestead Community and Learning Centre, 30 Wiltshire Drive, Roxburgh Park, from
THROUGH THE LENS Inspired by lens-based observation Microscopic/ Telescopic, showcases Melbourne artists Melinda Capp and Daniel Armstrong’s art practices in multimedia, photo-media and installation. Their sound is inspired by microscopic observations such as plankton and single-cell organisms, and giant stars and galaxies seen through the telescope. The exhibition features porcelain objects, hand-held microscopes and optical instruments for viewing screen-based images and photos. Opens August 21 at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre,
7-27 Snake Gully Road. Open Wednesday to Sunday. Free. ■ Details: 9496 1060 or visit bundoorahomestead.com. FUN AND FELLOWSHIP Active retirees are invited to join the Probus Club of Craigieburn for social interaction, activities and friendship. The club has recently formed and welcomes new members. The group meets every Monday from 10.30am at Craigieburn Sporting Club, Craigieburn Road West. Free. ■ Details: 0414 572 744. Singing FOR A HEALTHY SUPPER Join Aunty Rozzy as she encourages children to read, sing, dance and socialise while educating them about healthy eating. Aunty Rozzy will have your little ones learning to like new and different fruits and vegetables. This Yummy Tummy Time session is suitable for children aged 2-6. August 20, at 10am, 11am and noon outside Kmart at Westfield Plenty Valley, 415 McDonalds Road, Mill Park. Free. ■ Details: 9404 4511 or westfield. com.au/plentyvalley. \
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Celebrated model and actress Jerry Hall will reprise her role as seductress Mrs Robinson in the Melbourne season of The Graduate. The production will play a limited season from September 21 at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne. Tickets on sale atticketek.com.au. For your chance to win two tickets to the show valued at $300 on Saturday, September 21, at 2pm visit winthisnow.com.au and follow the prompts. Entries close on Sunday, August 18, at 11.59pm and will be drawn next day at 10am, at the offices of MMP Group, 214 Park Street, South Melbourne. Winners will be notified in writing and their names published at winthisnow.com. au where terms and conditions are also available.
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Decanter \ ben Thomas says that oak is A-ok
don’t like wooded wines.” Other than complaints about hangovers, I reckon it’s the only negative comment I ever hear about wine. Most of the time they’re talking about whites – especially chardonnay – that have been fermented or matured in oak barrels. For the record, I like a little oak in my chardonnay. When it comes to reds, there are two ways oak plays a vital role in wine production. “You’ve got two different things that are taking place – firstly, flavour and tannin are being imparted into the wine,” says Chapel Hill chief winemaker Michael Fragos. “The second way a barrel influences a wine is the oak has very small pores where oxygen outside the barrel slowly makes its way through these pores and oxygenates the wine in the barrel. It’s a very slow process. “The process does drop some of the fresh fruit characters of the wine down a bit but the most important part of barrel maturation is the softening of the tannins. “So when you put a really young wine that’s really grippy into a barrel, the tannins are very small, so the smaller the tannin the more aggressive and grippy the wine. It also helps to stabilise the colour.” Oak wine barrels differ in size and their origins can be traced to the regions where they were first used. “The barrique comes from Bordeaux and holds 225 litres. It’s 95 centimetres tall. Then you have the barrique from Burgundy, which is 228 litres and 88 centimetres tall. “The Burgundy barrels are squatter, more chunky (compared to those from Bordeaux), and the reason for
The long and short of tannins Ever wondered why older bottles of wine occasionally have a layer of sediment just below the neck of the bottle? They’re actually tannins and Chapel Hill chief winemaker Michael Fragos explains that the process starts as the wine matures in an oak barrel. “With contact with air in the barrel, the tannin molecules start gelling together and polymerising. So where you’ve got these small tannin molecules and air coming in slowly, the tannins start building bigger and bigger tannin strands. “As tannins get bigger, they get softer and rounder. This continues in the bottle as well. “When you have an old wine and the tannins get bigger and bigger with bottle maturation, there’s a certain time when the tannins get to a certain size and precipitate out. That’s what causes the crust and deposit in older wines.” \
“When you use older barrels you also get less oak character”
Take it as red: Chapel Hill chief winemaker Michael Fragos during the fermentation process. (SUPPLIED)
that is they have to manoeuvre them through narrow cellars,” says Fragos.“The next size up is the Hogshead, which originated from Cognac and holds 300 litres. Next is the puncheon, which holds between 475 and 500 litres in size. It originated for making fortified wines. “As a barrel gets larger and larger, the ratio of oak surface area to liquid gets lower. The larger a barrel gets, you expect lower oak characters and less oxygenation.” Winemakers often use a combination of new and used oak barrels, plus different sizes in the maturation process to add complexity to their wines. Also, the price of a barrique is about $1100 and to use new barrels each
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year would be too costly – the extra cost would be added to the price we pay for a bottle. “When you use older barrels you also get less oak character. The tannins and colour from the wines start to clog up the pores. You get less oxygen and less oak flavour. With an older barrel, you expect less impact from the oak. With a larger barrel you get less influence from the oak.” \ email@example.com
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Owen studied electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Melbourne, but gave it up to work with Christian welfare organisation Urban Neighbours of Hope. UNOH sends people to live in disadvantaged areas and provide hands-on help. He worked in Springvale for a decade and now lives and works in Bidwill, NSW, in one of Australia’s largest public housing estates, with his wife and daughters. Owen is UNOH’s Australia-Pacific director and travels throughout Australia and New Zealand. \
After completing a double degree in commerce and science, majoring in marketing management and psychology, Bibby worked at Rio Tinto. She moved to Pacific Brands, working on fashion, sport and footwear brands Volley, Clarks, Everlast and Hush Puppies. Bibby helped to rebrand the Dunlop Volley, including expansion into the US market. Now L’Oréal’s senior product manager for designer luxury brands, she launches fragrances in Australia for Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren and Viktor & Rolf. \
Shiel’s innovative electronic music established his reputation as a thoughtful and restless explorer of sound and song. He has had two critically acclaimed albums under the name Faux Pas – Entropy Begins at Home (2006) and Noiseworks (2010). Both had air play on community radio and Triple J, with songs Chasing Waterfalls, Changes and Silver Line. Shiel has remixed for Paul Dempsey, Gotye, Pikelet and Caitlin Park, and toured as part of Gotye’s live band, playing more than 100 shows. He has also been a regular at Melbourne’s Triple R FM. \
Manne is co-director of Australia’s largest climate-change-focused youth organisation. She studied a bachelor of arts at the University of Melbourne before joining the AYCC. Manne was part of the AYCC delegation to UN climate conferences in Copenhagen and Cancun. She was also based in New Hampshire as part of a winning campaign for the US Congress. This year, Manne won the prime minister’s Young Environmentalist of the Year award with her AYCC co-director Kirsty Albion. \
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MEET THE HEAD OF CAMPUS, MRS DEB SUKARNA: Wednesday 21 August 9.15am Wednesday 30 October 9.15am Plenty Campus – Prep to Year 12 730 Bridge Inn Road, Mernda
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MATTERS OF FAITH
We are a Catholic secondary girls’ college owned and administered by the Sisters of Mercy. We are the school of first choice for 1120 students and their families and the employer of choice for 150 staff.
Education \ Religious diversity offers much to students, writes Angela Allan
Our key strengths are grounded in a learning culture characterised by high expectations, continuous improvement and consistently good academic outcomes. We are proud of our impressive range of co-curricular activities and we are constantly upgrading our facilities to ensure they are conducive to contemporary learning and student engagement.
Julie Ryan Principal
For more information we invite you to visit our website. School tours are available throughout the year. Please contact College Reception on 9459 2511 to book.
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In Victoria, religious diversity education an appreciation and importance of learning is primarily offered in faith-based schools. about a religion and spirituality.” Many Christian, Jewish and Muslim Australian and New Zealand Association schools run interfaith programs, and some for Medieval and Early Modern Studies community organisations also provide president Professor Constant Mews – who educational initiatives to all schools. is also the director of Monash University’s Since the 1990s, special religious Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology instruction has been available to – says that along with interfaith studies, students, with volunteers of varying there is “a strong awareness here for we are faiths offering an overview of spirituality”. living in an many religions. “They may find it very increasingly Deakin University sociology interesting to learn the spiritual lecturer and Religion, Ethics paths that have been taught diverse and Education Network of by spiritual leaders of different society Australia representative Dr Anna backgrounds.” Halafoff says there’s an opportunity to An awareness of the importance introduce religion and ‘beliefs education’ in of interfaith education is growing in Victorian schools. Australia. Halafoff says this is important, She believes a program similar to those as globalisation and technology affect how offered in Quebec, which include ethics we live and work with people of diverse and diverse religion education, would be cultural backgrounds. beneficial. “We are living in an increasingly diverse “These types of programs can encourage society and we are moving around a lot students to explore and respect other more,” she says. “If you want to live and religions and cultures through learning work in Melbourne or Hong Kong or Dubai, about them,” Halafoff says. “In the new you need to have a basic understanding national curriculum in Australia, there are of the beliefs of your neighbours, your many opportunities to teach about diverse colleagues or your employers.” religion and world views, and there’s also Mews says travel is incredibly helpful in
Celebrating a 21st Century Education for Girls and Boys Come and see us on our Open Day Sunday 15 September 1.00pm to 4.00pm
Student Tours available. No booking required.
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Monday 2 September Monday 14 October Monday 25 November Bookings essential. Contact our Community Liaison Mrs Maureen Lonsdale on 9433 0228.
LOYOLA COLLEGE A Catholic Regional Co-educational Secondary College in the Ignatian Tradition 325 Grimshaw Street, Watsonia 9434 4466 www.loyola.vic.edu.au
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broadening peopleâ€™s minds. â€œWe are now in a world where you are quite likely to know people who are Buddhist or Hindu, whereas 50 years ago that would be unlikely,â€? he says. â€œThere is a need of awareness of the meaning and understanding of a secular society, where no religion has a monopoly. â€œThis doesnâ€™t mean that there is no religious tradition but, in fact, many diverse religious traditions.â€? Mews says world religions and â€˜religions
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A Monican education prepares young men and women to take their rightful place in society and to accept the Gospelâ€™s call to be people of faith, compassion and justice.
Driven by focused strategic planning and a great belief in the people of the northern suburbs of urban Melbourne, St Monicaâ€™s College is committed to remaining as a distinguished school of excellence. The College sets high standards for its students and offers them access to a successful and relevant education. Inspired by St Monica and full of hope, we â€˜Pray and Persevereâ€™ with conďŹ dence â€“ day by day: year after year. INFORMATION EVENING Parents of Primary school children Years 3 â€“ 5 are invited to an Information Evening Date: Tuesday 3 September, 2013 Venue: Theatre of All Nations. Dalton Road Campus Time: 7.30 pm Tours of the Junior Campus commence at 6.30 pm. For further information contact the College Registrar on 9409 8444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN Parade is the oldest Edmund Rice school in Australia, dating back 142 years, so we have a pretty good handle on what makes boys tick. We’re proud of our history and the many traditions we still uphold today and meld them with current best practice for educating boys. We have educational options for all boys, no matter where their interests lie. For boys intending on tertiary studies, our range of academic subjects numbers more than 40. Our Bunjil Park sports facility – comprising
soccer pitch, running track, six tennis courts and long jump pit – is nothing short of amazing. Our arts department proudly calls triple Grammy winner Wally deBacker, aka Gotye, a former protege and our trade training centre is paradise for boys intending on trade careers. Book in for one of our fortnightly family tours (dates on the website) and get a feel for how the College operates on a normal school day. Parade really does offer a world of opportunities for young men. www.parade.vic.edu.au
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is engaging in critical study in the meaning behind rituals; for example, food and purity laws,” Mews says. “There is also a great benefit for students involved in the critical study of the sacred texts of their tradition, including the Bible, Koran and Buddhist texts.” Many in-school and out-of-class programs for primary and secondary school students include the Building Bridges program, which offers interfaith dialogue in Melbourne schools. The Jewish Christian Muslim Association of Australia’s schools program is used by faith-based and government schools. “We talk about tolerance and diversity and appreciation of difference, which can be applied across the board with racial, cultural, political, social and religious differences,” says the association’s schools
committee member Rabbi Shamir Caplan. “The program’s emphasis is not about Judaism, Christianity or Islam; it’s about giving information to clarify misunderstandings and highlight a lot of the commonality.” The program includes basic information on different religions. But its focus is on co-existence between religions, including discussing identity, tolerance and what it means to be an Australian today. The Together for Humanity Foundation Australia provides teacher training, schools programs and advice for parents. Parents can also guide their children in religious diversity education through online material or books, including The Really Big Beliefs Project by Emma Barnard and Thomas Cho, and Time to Celebrate: Identity, Diversity and Belief by Mark and Olga Fox. \
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ith our growing population, the trend towards buying apartments is growing. But with some apartments needing renovations, buyers need to be aware of what they are in for, according to building, design, inspection and advice service Archicentre. “The apartment boom means it’s important for people to check the quality of the property being sold and the building’s overall condition, which could impact on their finances,” Archicentre spokesman David Hallett said. “Many of the faults in older houses – such as damp, water leaks, electrical faults, cracking and poor water pressure – can be present in older apartment buildings.” Apartment buyers also need to be aware that they are not only responsible for their residence but also common areas, including car parks, basements, lifts, lobbies and
recreation areas. “When a person buys an apartment, they need to ensure they have it and the common areas professionally assessed and have their solicitor check the owners corporation fees and building’s maintenance plan,” Mr Hallett said. Archicentre suggests people interested in buying an apartment should: • Visit the apartment complex at the busiest time of day and at night when residents are home to gauge the living environment, noise level and parking availability. • Request a summary of the maintenance work recently done and any proposed. • View documentation regarding owners corporation fees and responsibilities. • Have the apartment professionally assessed. \
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