Breaking Poverty

Breaking Poverty

Adam Shand investigates the role of education in breaking poverty in these unprecedented times and safeguarding the future of the next generation. More than 1.2 million Australian children are living in poverty and thousands more are at ris

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Ep 2 - Breaking Poverty

With some assistance, young Australians of all backgrounds are overcoming disadvantage to achieve their educational goals which can gives them, their families and the nation a positive future.

Ep 2 - Breaking Poverty

With some assistance, young Australians of all backgrounds are overcoming disadvantage to achieve their educational goals which can gives them, their families and the nation a positive future.

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EP02 - S1

2 Oct 20

Ep 1 - Left Behind

Australia's youth is increasingly disadvantaged, despite a promise to end child poverty by 1990. The reality if increased poverty in Australia has placed learning for thousands of children more at risk.

Ep 1 - Left Behind

Australia's youth is increasingly disadvantaged, despite a promise to end child poverty by 1990. The reality if increased poverty in Australia has placed learning for thousands of children more at risk.

20:08

EP01 - S1

2 Oct 20

Breaking Poverty - Trailer

Adam Shand investigates the role of education in breaking poverty in these unprecedented times and safeguarding the future of the next generation. More than 1.2 million Australian children are living in poverty and thousands more are at risk as the nation slips into recession amid the COVID global pandemic.

Breaking Poverty - Trailer

Adam Shand investigates the role of education in breaking poverty in these unprecedented times and safeguarding the future of the next generation. More than 1.2 million Australian children are living in poverty and thousands more are at risk as the nation slips into recession amid the COVID global pandemic.

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