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MEANINGFUL GIFT IDEAS

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“I’m learning how to read, so that I can read my life. I’m learning how to write, so that I can write my own destiny. I’m learning to count, so that I can keep account of my human rights.”  ~  Kamla Bhasin, Indian Feminist.

Right now Australians are in the midst of a $40 billion Christmas shopping spree, buying things for under the tree in Australian homes.

But if you’re sick of buying things for people who don’t really need any more things, there’s a thoughtful alternative in gift-giving.

The International Women’s Development Agency has a range of meaningful gifts that you ...

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2 Comments

  • Reply December 10, 2012

    JessB

    What a great idea! I love the Oxfam unwrapped gifts, and generally get one to go with each present I buy. It’s a good reminder that Christmas is a time to reach out to those around us – both family and friends, and those unknown.

  • Reply December 19, 2012

    A DIFFERENT KIND OF GIVING

    [...] a range of IWDA gifts to choose from ,with prices starting from as little as $25. [...]

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