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Hachette Australia has an ongoing relationship with the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, an organisation which aims to raise literacy levels and improve the lives and opportunities of Indigenous children living in remote and isolated regions.
We also sponsor the Sydney Story Factory, a not-for-profit creative writing centre for young people at 176 Redfern Street, Redfern, Sydney. Their programs target marginalised young people, and those from Indigenous and non-English speaking backgrounds, but are open to everyone. We encourage our staff to volunteer there and offer paid time off work to do so.
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The old Lie: Dulce et decorum est Pro patria mori. - WILFRED OWEN, DULCE ET DECORUM EST My subject is war, and the pity of war. The poetry is in the pity. - WILFRED OWEN
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Read an extract from THE INSTITUTE, Stephen King’s new novel, coming from Hachette Australia on 10 September, 2019. Thrilling, suspenseful, heartbreaking, The Institute is a stunning novel of childhood betrayed and hope regained.