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Brave Ideas for Accessible Cities

Our “ageing population” is almost a cliche. But as we’re all living longer, we’re all growing older, and more of us are living with disabilities. We want services and resources that offer us choices, convenience and freedom; cities that welcome and support active engagement with communities and opportunities for all. Share some brave ideas for [...]

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Brave Ideas for International Cities

International visitors – students, tourists, business investors – are some of Brisbane’s best advocates when they return home with fond memories of our city. So on Friday, 1 March we welcomed Deloitte’s managing partner, Tim Biggs and two international students, Daria Dolgova and Muychou Meng to share their brave idea for making Brisbane a more [...]

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February 2013 Issue: Five Brave Ideas for Brisbane

This issue of the Brisbane Line explores ideas from the launch of The Brisbane Institute’s 2013 Brave Ideas for Brisbane lunchtime series, a series of forums that will provide an opportunity to share and shape ideas for this city. A City of Friendship Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk launched the series and provided both a [...]

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Brave Ideas for Brisbane Launch

On Friday, 1 February, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk launched The Brisbane Institute’s Brave Ideas for Brisbane series with a brave idea of his own, as well as a challenge. Brisbane, he said, could be the international city of friendship, building a lifelong relationship with each of the 55,000 international students who live in Brisbane at [...]

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