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I believe we each have a responsibility to do whatever we can to promote fairness, justice and equality within our homes, our communities and our workplaces. Many of us are experiencing a change in the demographic profile of our communities and our countries and we have an obligation to educate ourselves on how best to manage these changes so as to ensure optimum outcomes. I hope that the Global Ethics Network will assist me in this regard.
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