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Hear from former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark, in conversation as she explores how we can improve the health of Australians — and particularly vulnerable communities including kids — through greater female leadership and empowerment across society. Helen Clark Former Administrator of UNDP Former Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark was Prime Minister of New Zealand for three successive terms from 1999–2008.
Using art and play, The Little Food Festival offers a simple and fun opportunity for little ones to consider complex food topics such as health and sustainability.
Grounded in playful education, with kid-friendly, bite-sized learning sessions designed by lecturers and pre service teachers from the Faculty of Education and lecturers and design students from MADA at Monash University as well as other terrific contributors from the community.
The Winter Village has free entry and is open 7 days until late from pm Monday – Thursday and am Friday – Sunday.
All areas are accessible for all and pram-friendly.
Where: Meet at the Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Flags in the Swanston Street Forecourt.