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ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Grace Tame responds to milkshake consent education videos, and more on vaccine rollout | The Drum” – below is their description.
TONIGHT: milkshakes and tacos to explain consent? The government faces big criticism over a ‘confusing’ new consent education campaign for students.
PLUS: the PM flags bringing forward AstraZeneca vaccine for over 50s.
Joining host Julia Baird:
– Grace Tame, Australian of the Year
– Craig Chung, Liberal City of Sydney Councillor
– Feyi Akindoyeni, Partner at Newgate communications
– Kate Ellis, former Labor member for AdelaideABC News (Australia) YouTube Channel
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