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From Wednesday 25 September to Friday 27 September, Sydney’s Macquarie University is hosting a camp for Indigenous high school students so they can experience university. Meanwhile, the University of Southern Queensland is running it’s DARE Indigenous Secondary School Student Mentoring Program, which also features a camp for school students. But what do these kinds of camps really achieve, and what makes them so important?

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Monday, September 23 2013
Produced By Emma Rennie
Featured in storyClarence Bruinsma - Macquarie University Indigenous Camp OrganiserTjanara Ridgeway - Macquarie University student and camp team leaderMegan Darr - University of Southern Queensland DARE Project Manager

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