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Countering UK-style disengagement

On the third day of the recent riots in England I was sitting in the community college in Dubbo NSW, 500 km west of Sydney, examining educational programs designed to give second chances to previously disengaged people, particularly Aboriginal people. Given the UK riots, the question was running through my mind at the time, and probably many other people’s minds, as to whether Australia was doing enough to support the disengaged and help them build options for the future.

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