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Fred Smith is an Australian diplomat and songwriter who has developed, in cooperation with Regional Arts Victoria, a theatre show and music album called Dust of Uruzgan.
Between 2009-2013, Smith worked on and off for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade alongside Australian troops in Uruzgan province, Southern Afghanistan. While his main role was building relationships with provincial government figures and tribal leaders in the province, Smith also wrote an album of songs during his time there.
The term one edition of ETA Notes has been sent out, so you should have received them in the mail this week. You can also download an electronic copy, which is available to our members through the website www.etawa.org.au/eta-notes. Just log in with your user name and password and you’ll find it, along with previous editions, in the publications tab at the top of the site. This edition is packed with info about our upcoming conference.
The resources in this section are from the Year 9 “Heroes” project that has run successfully at St Stephens school. The teachers involved in producing these materials are Christine Crump, Sara Dougall, Daniel Ramsey and Joan Rice.
Thank you to Christine Crump for facilitating the sharing of these materials.
Registrations are now being accepted for our annual conference on Saturday 24th May 2014. Significant discounts apply for early registration, members & presenters. Download the form below to register now.
2014 Conference Registration