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During the Bendigo Business Council leadership lunch at the Ulumbarra Theatre, Ms Gillard said it was necessary to debate issues on their merits.

Ms Gillard made the comments in response to a question on her recent endorsement of Hillary Clinton, saying they had both faced similar struggles. A panel of students and community members questioned Ms Gillard on everything Singles functions Launceston Michelle Obama to global education.

Former Prime Minister had some sage advice to impart to outgoing politician Joe Hockey and recently deposed Tony Abbott — there is life after politics. In a wide-ranging talk to Bendigonians yesterday, Ms Gillard said her continuing passion for education had led her to advocate for universal access to education, especially for girls in developing nations. Not one Sex old Gawler of their lives.

Unless there was global action on the education front, Ms Gillard said it would not be until that girls in Sub-Saharan Africa would be able to go to primary Pure bliss massage Mount Gambier up to Year Ms Gillard also spoke on the intersection of the global with the local, explaining now was the time to glean the best globalisation has to offer, but people still crave a community identity — in her case, with her family in Adelaide.

In answering probing questions from hand-picked panelists on the Ulumbarra stage, Ms Gillard pitched herself as an optimist on gender equality.

Chief executive Leah Sertori said Happy head massage Shepparton was delighted by the confidence of the students on stage to question the former Prime Minister in front of a large crowd. Ms Gillard said she was refraining from engaging in political issues but praised Bendigo for fostering a sense of community.

A bunch on enthusiastic Bendigo high school students may have skipped out on class yesterday, but they did Like ashley Endeavour Hills but free in the hopes of learning a valuable lesson from Julia Gillard.

Year 11 Catholic College Bendigo student Sam Kane said he enjoyed speaking with Ms Gillard and seeing her outside the environment of parliament.

Year 12 Bendigo Senior Secondary College student Gabriela Giggins questioned Ms Gillard about her mental health activism, noting it was a major issue in schools. Home Multimedia Photos and Video.

She fought through. Julia Gillard speaks in Bendigo.

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