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Tasman Bain

Tasman Bain is a social sciences student at the University of Queensland. He is an Advisor to the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, a Policy Officer with the Left Right Think-Tank, a Youth Representative Officer with UN Youth Australia, and a Mentor with the Ardoch Youth Foundation.

Tasman was awarded a 2010 UQ Community Service Award and a 2012-2013 UQ Summer Research Scholarship to investigate Australian and Canadian indigenous health as affected by mining. He was a Director at the 2012 Asia Pacific Model United Nations Conference, debated at the 2012 World Universities Debating Championship in Manila, was a member of the 2011 Queensland Youth Parliament, and was an Australian Representative at the 2010 Asia-Pacific Young Leaders Summit in Singapore.

He ran the Brisbane Full Marathon in 2012, volunteered in a remote Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory in 2010, had a personal composition performed at the Queensland Conservatorium in 2010, and hiked the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea in 2009.

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