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Education Advocates, Celebrities And Academy Award-Winning Director Team Together To Help Change The World

Education Advocates, Celebrities And Academy Award-Winning Director Team Together To Help Change The World

by The Daily Eye Team June 24 2017, 5:48 pm

To further its mission of ending education inequality through the power of mentorship, Australia’s leading mentor program, AIME, today announced a global competition to bring its proven volunteer model to 10 new countries. Launched with the short film “Cogs” by Academy Award-winning director Laurent Witz, alongside an open letter from Australian university, business and political leaders, followed with endorsements from ambassadors across the planet including actress Uzo Aduba, Olympic icon Ian Thorpe, English cricket captain Joe Root and actress Troian Bellasario, the competition seeks 10 persuasive young leaders from around the globe to implement the AIME mentor program and spark an education movement in their countries. The film and competition details can be found here.

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