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As armas psicológicas que os golpistas usam, e como se proteger delas

Com tanto aconselhamento disponível, como ainda somos enganados? Porque os criminosos cibernéticos usam técnicas psicológicas sofisticadas para nos enganar e nos deixar mentalmente cansados
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Indigenous fathers help build stronger communities. Here’s how we can better support them

First Nations fathers are too often the subject of negative, often untrue stereotypes. We analysed data from around 150 dads about what they needed. Here’s what they said.
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Pourquoi les enfants ne veulent pas donner les jouets dont ils n’ont plus besoin

Certains enfants n’ont aucun mal à donner leurs vieux jeux ou habits tandis que d’autres rechignent à le faire. Quels sont les enjeux derrière cet attachement aux objets ?
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‘I feel like I’ve been able to create more awareness’: what is it like for Indigenous men at top-ranked universities?

Politicians talk about how they want to see more Indigenous graduates but we don’t often hear from Indigenous students about their experiences. New research talks to four young Indigenous men.

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