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Melton Leader - One song wanted

Melton Leader  Tuesday 7/6/2011 Page: 9 Section: General News Region: Melbourne Circulation: 18,22 GENERATIONONE and the Australian School of Performing Arts is inviting all Australian schools to get involved in the Hands Across Australia School Competition. The national competition aims to raise awareness and get young Australians actively involved in the initiative to end indigenous disparity in one generation this generation. Schools are encouraged to perform and film their own version of the GenerationOne theme song Hands Across Australia, or create their own song or rap which addresses their response to indigenous disparity. Winners in each category will receive $15,000 for their school. For more details visit generationone.org.au. Entries close on September 23. &nb... More...

21 June @ 10:13

Sunday Times - Schools close gap

Sunday Times  Sunday 05/06/2011 Page: 24 Section: General News Region: Perth Circulation: 293,244 SCHOOLS across WA will sing out loud to help "close the gap" between indigenous and non-indigenous people around the nation and be in the running to win $15,000. GenerationOne is calling for entries to its Hands Across Australia School Competition for 2011, urging every school to record its own version of the song aimed at breaking down barriers and creating op- portunities for indigenous Australians. Now in its second year, the competition gives schools the opportunity to showcase their talents by filming a performance of Hands Across Australia or recording a new song. Visit www.generationone.org.au for information.  ... More...

21 June @ 10:11

Sound Telegraph - Students to join hands

Sound Telegraph  Wednesday 1/6/2011 Page: 29 Section: General News Region: Rockingham WA Circulation: 43,317 Rockingham and Kwinana schools are being urged to get ROCKinvIoNlvGedHinAthMe Hands Across Australia School Competition. The national competition aims to raise awareness and get young Australians to join the initiative to end indigenous disparity in one generation. Schools can perform and film their own version of the GenerationOne theme song Hands Across Australia or create their own song or rap on indigenous disparity. Winners of each category will receive $15,000 for their school. This year's competition is encouraging schools to partner with others to create their entry and reflect GenerationOne' s core goal of working together. To promote the competit... More...

21 June @ 10:09

Townsville Bulletin - Indigenous program

Townsville Bulletin  Friday 3/6/2011 Page: 7 Section: General News Region: Townsville QLD Circulation: 26,563 TOWNSVILLE Enterprise has joined with mining magnate Andrew Forrest to promote a program which aims to secure 50,000 sustainable jobs for indigenous Australians. Chairman John Bearne said yesterday Mr Forrest would be guest speaker at next month's Townsville Enterprise-Ergon Energy Business Leaders' Forum and would use the visit to promote the program. The campaign began last year and has commitments for more than 30,000 positions across Australia. Mr Forrest said Townsville, with a large indigenous community, "has the opportunity to be a key partner in the battle to end indigenous disadvantage and to reap the economic and social benefits". Martin Rasini  ... More...

21 June @ 10:07

Bayside Star - Schools get involved in 'Hands across Australia'

Bayside Star  Wednesday 1/6/2011 Page: 17 Section: General News Region: Brisbane Circulation: 36,945 GENERATIONONE and the Australian School of Performing Arts once again invite all northside schools to get involved in the Hands Across Australia School Competition. The national competition aims to raise awareness and get young Australians actively involved in the initiative to end Indigenous disparity in one generation - this generation. The Hands Across Australia School Competition encourages schools to perform and film their own version of the GenerationOne theme song 'Hands Across Australia', or create their own song or rap which addresses their response to Indigenous disparity. Winners of each cate- gory will receive $15,000 for their school. Last year's competition rec... More...

21 June @ 10:06