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� Go8 Social Inclusion Strategy group meet in Sydney on 12 July
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as the commonalities among its member universities.
As one group … David Hazlehurst, Group Manager, Higher Education Group, DEEWR
Anne Baly … of Melbourne
Sue Willis, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Social Inclusion, Monash …
26 November 2013, Social Inclusion Strategy Group
29 November … by
the Consortium of China Nine Universities (C9) and Group of
Eight … science, technology, the social sciences and the humanities.
that have at their core a group of very high-
level investigators … produce high level research and meet social and
educational objectives … development is the emergence into
international recognition of a small group …
social status10 and
‘experience goods’ that cannot be evaluated well … as an “implicit
social compact”, citing the 1957 report of the Murray
Commission … expressed in terms of public investment for social
benefits.” It contended …
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