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Peter Hussey

By the Imagination! Without the gleam of an impossible idea – Shakespeare’s ‘native hue of resolution’ 4 – or the thought to get to a place not yet here or now, the impulse to move cannot exist. Voluntary movement must be motivated by the idea of getting somewhere, even if the somewhere is

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, and were poor, not because they couldn’t do, but because they didn’t have the means to do for themselves or their families. That’s the difference. It’s having the support and resources to better themselves. It seemed easy for society to turn a blind eye to what we were living in the projects. In our

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through the difficult times. Everything that we have to give to the children isn’t in a book. Many degrees come from living life. I share this with the kids I work with at this school. They might not have the best clothes, like the other kids in their schools, and then they become an outcast, but they

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little challenging for me. This artmaking has made a HUGE difference in my life. I am more focused. I am listening more. I am trying harder in school. I feel motivated. It made me open myself up and try art again. I wasn’t sad this time. I overcame my fears. I used art to tell my story. I kept that

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Marie Turner

much as possible. We found out about students’ interests, family life, motivators and triggers for meltdowns. All this information provided a profile of each student in order to develop a program that would achieve the best learning outcomes. This is particularly important when there has been a history

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Sport and the Politics of Belonging

The Experiences of Australian and Dutch Somalis

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Ramón Spaaij and Jora Broerse

always try to motivate them. We observed similar dynamics in Melbourne. During one of the first author’s observations at a Melbourne-based football club, an established club member introduced him to Khalid (male, 40s), who had recently arrived in Australia after living in Europe for the last 20