9 Aug, 2021
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The Kiribati Facility has been working with Kiribati Institute of Technology (KIT) to address a need for improved access to menstrual hygiene products. Most supplies are currently available off-campus. This can affect female students’ attendance when they are in need of products.
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Pivoting to sustainability: how the mobility sector is rebuilding
On Thursday 29 July Maven Senior Manager Alex Kay, along with Maven Advisors Nick and Michael, who combine their lived experience of disability and access & inclusion knowledge to delivered practical and transformational Disability Awareness Training.
Scope Global has been appointed to deliver Managed Administrative and Support Services for the NCP.
Since 2011, the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has supported in-demand, quality skills training in Kiribati, in partnership with the Government of Kiribati’ Ministry of Employment and Human Resource, through Kiribati Institute of Technology.
Australia Awards alumnus and long-term human rights campaigner Shohel Chandra Hajang promotes and protects the rights of indigenous peoples through advocacy, lobbying and campaigning at national, regional and international levels. He is working with indigenous communities so that they can participate in human rights mechanisms and processes to have their concerns heard.
Members of the Australia Awards teams from South and West Asia, Myanmar and Mongolia recently attended tailored online ‘Disability Awareness Training’ delivered by Scope Global’s in-house access and inclusion service, Maven.
Every year on 3 December, we mark International Day of People with Disability by raising awareness and celebrating the achievements and contributions that people with disability bring to our workplace, our programs and communities.
Scope Global is delighted to announce a joint national initiative with eftpos which aims to strengthen and simplify digital identification processes for people living with disability, in an Australia-first pilot.
Tonga Skills for Inclusive Economic Growth has launched a new training platform for its online skills training courses. This initiative was developed to ensure that people in Tonga are able to access skills training when face-to-face training is not available or possible.
Through the Commonwealth Scholarship Program for South Australia, Scope Global places scholars in industry internships that are designed to enhance their study experience, improve their employment outcomes and support industries experiencing skills shortages.
Bwaraam Tominiko, a graduate of the Kiribati Institute of Technology’s Certificate II in Construction Pathways and member of the Business Incubator Group, is working on the handwashing station project in Tarawa.
World Youth Skills Day is an opportunity for young people, TVET institutions, and public and private sector stakeholders to acknowledge and celebrate the importance of equipping young people with skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship.
Australia Awards alumnus Sagar Prasai shares how he is contributing towards overcoming the literacy challenges faced by people with disability in Nepal.