Remembrance Day

A creased grainy photo travelled from WWII to Timor Leste: A grandson’s memories – lest we forget

Remembrance Day allows us to stop and reflect, not only on the plight of past generations but on recent conflicts and how we pulled through, so we may heed the lessons for current global and regional security issues; it has evolved to become a deeply personal experience with individual meaning attached.

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Remembrance Day’s hidden value

Remembrance Day reminds me that refocusing on what we collectively and deeply value feeds respect and cohesion, regardless of our past carelessness or present day differences.

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For those who served in conflict: remember, lest we forget

The eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month is easy to remember, but the scale of the tragedy and loss it commemorates remains hard to fathom, writes Michelle Campbell.

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Remembrance Day: loss & sacrifice remembered, peace pursued & the lessons of history learnt

A few years ago around this time of year, I was lucky enough to attend the first International Conference on Cyberspace, hosted in London by the then UK Foreign Secretary,…

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Honour the fallen by supporting the living

One measure of society is how it treats the men and women who have served their nation during conflict. These may be serving members of the armed forces, or ancillary…

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