Friday 25 October 2019

 

Daniel House is Officially Opened

Posted on 15 February 2019
Daniel House is Officially Opened
The Daniel Morcombe Foundation held the Grand Opening of Daniel House in Palmwoods, Queensland today.

Bruce and Denise along with the Hon. Di Farmer officially opened Daniel House in front of 150 invited guests.  Guests included representatives of Queensland State Government, over 100 local businesses who had contributed to the Daniel House project and friends and supporters of the Morcombe Family and Foundation.

Daniel House is now the Foundation's National Office and includes the "Walk Tall" Program which offers free counselling services for child survivors of crime.

Denise said "We will be delivering free Child Counselling for the youngsters that have had a start to life that is not right in a modern Australia. Repairing these damaged lives and setting them on a path that will see them flourish is just so rewarding. This service is not just in Palmwoods but also reaches from Gympie to Caboolture."

Bruce said "We have so much opportunity to make a very real difference in saving young lives. We can now provide in-house film recording and online webinars. Modern, best practice, evidence based, responsive, effective, meaningful and engaging child safety education can be delivered in a very cost effect way right here, on-sight.'

Based on the Sunshine Coast, Daniel House will continue to deliver its' Keeping Kids Safe programs and resources and coordinate Australia's Largest National Day of Action on child safety awareness Day for Daniel.

Bruce said "Daniel's final resting place is just a few hundred meters from our ceremony this morning. Palmwoods has been, is and will continue to be the emotional heart of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation."

The State Government provided $900,000 in funding to help complete the build.  Over 100 local businesses from the Sunshine Coast have been very generous in contributing approximately $500,000 to the project making this a strong community project.

Minister Farmer said she was honoured to join with Bruce and Denise for the Daniel House opening and to provide State Government funding towards its construction.

"I know this beautiful building and the ongoing work of the foundation will be a lasting legacy to Daniel," she said.

"Bruce and Denise and all those involved in the Foundation should be rightly proud of the space they have created here and of their ongoing commitment to keeping our children safe.

"I look forward to hearing more about the great work that will be undertaken here."

Holly Brennan, CEO of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation said "It is a privilege to have a home. A home that has been built by community to help children across Australia to grow up free from abuse. Daniel House will honour Daniel's legacy. We will work every day to prevent and respond to child abuse from our new hub."

ENDS

Media Opportunity

What: Grand Opening Daniel House

When: Friday February 15th

Time:             8.45am for Interviews and grabs with Bruce, Denise. the Hon. Di Farmer,
                      Holly Brennan CEO          
                      9.00am Tour of Daniel House vision
                      9.30am Grand Opening Ceremony commences

Please note:

There will be no interviews/grabs available from Bruce and Denise after the Grand Opening Ceremony.

Where: 7 Koorawatha Lane, Palmwoods

Who:

Bruce and Denise Morcombe

The Hon. Di Farmer Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence.

Holly Brennan CEO Daniel Morcombe Foundation



Tracey McAsey
Mobile 0420 300 737
Email tracey@danielmorcombe.com.au

 

 

Daniel Morcombe Foundation wins Unitywater sponsorship competition

Posted on 15 January 2019
Daniel Morcombe Foundation wins Unitywater sponsorship competition
After a well-contested public vote, the Daniel Morcombe Foundation has been named the winner of Unitywater's Community Stories competition.

The 18 local organisations that received support through Unitywater's Community Sponsorship Program in 2018 had the chance to receive a second round of funding this year. Each group told the story of their community project in a short video produced by Unitywater and the community was asked to pick their favourite.

The competition received 1364 votes and the Daniel Morcombe Foundation will now receive an additional $10,000 towards their Grandparents Together Initiative, which was developed in response to a growing need to support grandparents who had become carers for children.

Daniel Morcombe Foundation CEO Holly Brennan said: "Feeling safe and being safe is an activity booklet that has been developed specifically for grandparent families."

"It will help grandparents have conversations about personal safety with their grandchildren."

The resource has been distributed to more than 100 grandparent families on the Sunshine Coast and is now freely available on the Foundation's website. Feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.

"Without the support of Unitywater this project would not have been possible," Ms Brennan said.

"The additional funding will allow us to continue to work with grandparent carers on the Sunshine Coast and provide hard copies of the activity booklet to those who may not access the online version."

Unitywater Acting Executive Manager Customer and Community Mark McInnes said the competition was a fantastic way to showcase the wonderful work of some local organisations in the community.

"We are very proud of our Community Sponsorship Program and are delighted to be able to assist groups that support others," he said.

"We're thrilled for the Daniel Morcombe Foundation and are looking forward to hearing about the further success of such an important initiative in our community."

< Download the Resource booklet here > 



 

Daniel Morcombe Foundation supports proposal for public register of child sex offenders

Posted on 9 January 2019
Daniel Morcombe Foundation supports proposal for public register of child sex offenders
Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has written to states and territories urging them to support his proposal for a national database of child sex offenders, saying parents should be able to see if sex criminals live nearby.


The Daniel Morcombe Foundation supports the call for an evidence based nationally consistent Public Register of Child Sex Offenders. This National Register is recommended alongside a comprehensive approach to reducing recidivism and preventing child sexual abuse.
 

Bruce and Denise Morcombe and the Morcombe Family personally have publicly supported and advocated for the development of a public sex offender register in Australia. Bruce and Denise Morcombe's call for the public register is referred to as Daniel's Law.


Bruce Morcombe said "Daniel's Law is gathering momentum.  This is a win for parents, carers and importantly our precious children. Today's announcement is music to my ears. Australia is one giant step closer to having a publicly accessible child sex offenders register." 


Denise Morcombe said "Bruce and I support the Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton's announcement this morning and thank the Morrison government for this initiative. We also pay tribute to Senator Derryn Hinch for his relentless passion and unwavering focus to see a publicly accessible child sex offenders register in Australia."

Media are invited to attend a general press conference with Bruce and Denise Morcombe at Parliament Square Hobart at 1pm (Hobart Time).


The Daniel Morcombe Foundation welcomes the opportunity to join a Reference Group regarding the National Public Register of Child Sex Offenders as this consultation process continues.


Read the consultation paper:
https://www.danielmorcombe.com.au/daniel-s-law.html
 

 

Day for Daniel project recognised for promoting child safety and awareness across Australia

Posted on 29 November 2018

The Day for Daniel project today received a silver award in the community-led category of the 2018 Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards (ACVPA).

The ACVPAs recognise best practice in the prevention or reduction of violence and other types of crime in Australia.

Daniel Morcombe Foundation Chief Executive Officer Holly Brennan said that Day for Daniel is Australia's largest child safety and awareness raising day. 

"It's a national day of action. We ask people to wear red and to educate children about personal safety," Ms Brennan said.

"We want to make Australia a safer place for all children. Our overall goal is to prevent children from experiencing abuse or if they have, helping them to identify this and talk to an adult who can help them," she added.

These annual awards recognise the outstanding contributions being made across Australia for crime prevention, including the development and implementation of practical projects to reduce violence and other types of crime in the community.
Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) Director Michael Phelan APM said that Day for Daniel provides families with a conversation starter and an opportunity to discuss safety strategies openly.

"This is a unique program that engages young people, educators, parents and carers to talk about abuse prevention skills, safety and protection strategies, and raise awareness around the incidence of and responses to child abuse," Mr Phelan said.
All projects are assessed each year by the ACVPA Board, which consists of senior law enforcement representatives from each state and territory police service, and chaired by the AIC Director.

The awards are a joint initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments, coordinated by the AIC and co-sponsored by the Ministerial Council for Police and Emergency Management.
For more information about the award winners, visit www.aic.gov.au/acvpa
 

 

Daniel Morcombe Foundation thanks local businesses for support of Daniel House

Posted on 23 November 2018

The Daniel Morcombe Foundation is thanking 80 local businesses who have contributed in materials and services to help build Daniel House.

Daniel House is due to open in mid- February, it will be the Foundation's Administrative hub, and will include the "Walk Tall" Program which offers free counselling services for survivors of crime. Based on the Sunshine Coast,  Daniel House will be the Foundation's National Office as it continues to deliver its' Keeping Kids Safe programs and resources  and coordinates Australia's Largest National Day of Action on child safety awareness Day for Daniel.

The State Government provided $900,000 in funding to help complete the build.  Local businesses from the Sunshine Coast have been very generous in contributing approximately $500,000 to the project making this very much a community project.

Individuals and community groups have also contributed through the House for Daniel Buy a Brick Campaign which ran through September.

Bruce Morcombe said "Hats off to everyone, this is outstanding and a huge motivator for us to continue to deliver on the Foundation's aims.

Media are invited to attend the Daniel House Thank You Get Together at Maroochy Surf Club at 4.30pm on Friday 23rd November. Bruce and Denise Morcombe, Mayor Mark Jamieson,  Mr Ted O'Brien MP and Sophie Monk will be attending. 

CEO of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation Holly Brennan said "We are honoured that the local building community has joined with us to help make Australia and the Sunshine Coast a safer place for all children. Child safety is everyone's business and the coast really takes that pledge to heart."
 

 

Daniel Morcombe Foundation teams up with Scouts Queensland to deliver a Keeping Kids Safe Program and Badge

Posted on 22 November 2018
Daniel Morcombe Foundation teams up with Scouts Queensland to deliver a Keeping Kids Safe Program and Badge
The Daniel Morcombe Foundation has produced the Keeping Kids Safe Program for Scouts to support young people to develop personal safety skills and have the ability to Recognise, React and Report when they feel unsafe.  Developing an understanding of respectful relationships is also a key learning area within the program.  This aligns nicely with the Scouts Queensland Child Safe Scouting Policy.

The Mount Cotton Scout Group are the first to have completed the program and will be presented with their Keeping Kids Safe badges tonight.

Denise Morcombe said "Providing children with the opportunity to develop safety skills is one of the most precious gifts we can give to them and to ourselves."

Cub Scout Leader David Bates said "I'm so proud of my Cub Scouts who have really engaged with the program beyond my highest hopes.  They have walked out of here 10 feet taller."

Media are invited to attend the presentation ceremony at Karingal Scout Camp 36 Karingal Rd, Mount Cotton at 7.30pm on Thursday 22nd November. Bruce and Denise Morcombe and Deputy Chief Commissioner Geoff Doo will be attending. 

CEO of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation Holly Brennan said "I have loved working with this group.  The dedication to teaching children the skills to be safe has been an inspiration to me as a child protection educator.  The program is taught by Scout Leaders and takes around 5 weeks."

  • The Keeping Kids Safe Program reinforces the Scouts Australia values of:
  • The importance of individuals developing a sense of personal identity and self-worth which leads to responsibility for oneself and one's actions
  • The belief that young people are able and willing to take responsibility and contribute to society
  • The rights and responsibility of individuals to regulate their own health
  • The importance of not exposing young people to harm or exploitation
  • The importance of respect for and equity in dealings with all people, irrespective of culture, gender, religion or impairment
  • The importance of mutual support and help between members of a community to maximise the quality of life for all
  • The importance of harnessing technological innovation to benefit human society

The program is based on five sessions of approximately 20-30 minute duration. The final lesson (5) will include revision and the badge presentation.

ENDS

For more information contact:
Tracey McAsey
Phone 07 5442 3678
Email tracey@danielmorcombe.com.au

 

 

Day for Daniel 2018

Posted on 26 October 2018
Day for Daniel 2018
Today the Daniel Morcombe Foundation asks parents, carers and educators to talk to kids about their personal safety. They encourage them to Talk Early, Talk Often and Keep Talking about child safety.

Day for Daniel is our national Day of Action on child safety and protection. It is the largest child safety awareness day of its type in Australia. Pre registrations online are at record levels with final numbers expected to reach over 3,200 schools and early childhood centres and hundreds of businesses and events. It is anticipated that over 1.2million people across Australia will hold a conversation about child safety today.

Denise says "Today is a special day for the Morcombe family. In just a few weeks it will be 15 years since Daniel was abducted and murdered by a twice convicted pedophile. Daniel's legacy is more relevant than ever in a constantly changing technological world. We ask parents and carers across Australia to Talk Early, Talk Often and Keep Talking with their children about any safety concerns they may have."

Bruce adds "Day for Daniel is truely a National day of importance. Participation rates across the country continue to climb. We are excited to deliver Australia's Biggest Safety Lesson which we anticipate will be an online viral hit. Evidenced based research clearly demonstrates that targeted child safety educational events like Day for Daniel will keep kids safe and can dramatically improve a child's ability to Recognise, React and Report unsafe situations."

CEO of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation Ms Holly Brennan, a child safety expert with more than 20 years' experience teaching abuse prevention explains, "our children are always a good age to talk with about safety. Letting our children know from the early years that they can always talk to us if they feel scared or worried is a powerful message that we can send. It's not a one off talk. It's the many chats about how much you care, that their body belongs to them, their feelings are important and that they can talk to you about everything as they grow."

This year we have invited all Day for Daniel participants to join our 2nd online broadcast of Australia's Biggest Child Safety Lesson. This year's lesson is suitable for children between the ages of 3 - 8 years. It will teach key personal safety concepts for early childhood in a fun and interactive way. It can be viewed in large or small groups at school or early childhood centres.

The live broadcast is 9.30am (QLD) AEST 10.30am (NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS) AEDT on Friday 26 October. To check the broadcast time in your location or watch the lesson later in the day visit our website.

Last year's lesson is also available for viewing on Day for Daniel. This lesson is suitable for children from Prep to Grade 6.

We have free child safety videos and activities to suit a diverse range of students from prep to senior levels.

Teachers have access to teacher guides to support classroom delivery and parent/carer resources are available to encourage discussions about personal safety at home.

The 14th Annual Day for Daniel will be held on Friday 26th October 2018. It is about educating children about their personal safety through child safety and protection initiatives. It is about and teaching our children to 'Recognise, React and Report' in unsafe situatons.

Wear Red, Educate and Donate is the theme of Day for Daniel as we strive to enable schools, early childhood centres, businesses and communities across Australia take action and conduct child safety activities in their communities to help Keep Kids Safe.

Parents, carers, educators can visit the Daniel Morcombe Foundation website for resources and information. http://www.danielmorcombe.com.au

Media Opportunity


What: WALK FOR DANIEL Kick starts Day for Daniel.

The Daniel Morcombe Foundation's National Day of Action on Child Safety and Protection.

When: Friday 26 October 
Time: Event commences 6.30am
Where: Start: Suncoast Christian College
Cnr Schubert & Kiel Mtn Rds, Woombye, Sunshine Coast
Finish: Approx 8.30am at Briggs Park in Palmwoods
Walk Length: 4km
Daniel House- 7 Koorawatha lane 7.35am for Media Interview
Who: Bruce and Denise Morcombe
Assistant Minister for Children and Families Michelle Landry,
QLD Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence Di Framer.
Sophie Monk
Mayor Mark Jamieson


Broadcast, interviews, film and photo opportunities at start, during and finish.

By arrangement with:
Tracey McAsey
Mobile 0420 300 737
Email tracey@danielmorcombe.com.au
 

5 simple ways to protect your children online and in real life

Posted by Claire Haiek on 24 October 2018
5 simple ways to protect your children online and in real life

Credit: Kidspot

Teach them that they CAN say no to an adult. Role play how they might do that. One day, your words could save your child from harm.

The 14th Day for Daniel will take place this Friday, 26 October. It is Australia's largest child safety awareness day, and a great reminder to have a conversation or two with your children. Just talk. It's that simple.

Kidspot caught up with Holly Brennan, CEO of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, to discuss her top five tips for keeping your children safe.

1. Promote open communication

Holly said there's no magical protective 'thing' that parents can do to ensure their kids stay safe. What she does promote, however, is openness.

"All the research shows that if you're a family that can be together, talk together and can talk about a range of topics, you're actually increasing your children's safeness," Holly told Kidspot.

This important point ties in with the Morcombe Foundation theme for this year's Day for Daniel, which is "Talk early, talk often, keep talking."

 

2. Talk directly in a positive and protective way

Holly said we should talk directly to our children about the issue of being safe in a positive and protective way.

"Don't scare children, don't talk about monsters, don't talk about strangers all the time, and don't reinforce issues like abduction all the time," Holly said.


This means we must make sure our children are confident they are not going to get into trouble by speaking out to us, while not scaring them off in the process.

"It's being really positive and open that there are so many things you can do to help be safe, but the number one thing that your children need to know is that they can talk to you about being safe," she said.

 

3. Keep topics practical

You need to cover a wide range of topics for a child to have a full repertoire, but the main thing is to keep things practical and relevant to their own life.

Holly said talking about feelings and bodies including private parts and using correct anatomical names is really important.

"Even if your home language is different, that's OK," she said, "you still need to use the words, 'nipples', 'vagina', 'vulva', 'penis', 'anus' and 'testicles'."

"Research backs this up," Holly said.

"For people who may be perpetrators looking for children to harm against, they're less likely to communicate with children who have obvious strategies in these areas."

That is, those children who are better able to identify and articulate issues relating to their own bodies are less targeted than those who cannot.

 

4. Knowing the three Rs

Holly said all children should know about the three Rs. They are: Recognise, React and Report.

One example Holly provided about recognising signs within their own bodies is asking your child something like this:

"If you're watching a scary movie, or if we're going to the doctor, or if you think you're going to miss the bus, what would your body do?"

By giving examples like the way our tummy feels when we go on a ride, we can help our children recognise feelings within their own bodies.

"Your body is really amazing and it gives you these clues that you actually want to recognise what your body's telling you and then you react and report," she said.

By teaching our children to recognise feelings and understand their own bodies and their reactions to fear and uncomfortable situations, we can help protect them even when we're not around.

 

5. Just listen

It's not something any parent wants to consider, but if your child does disclose that they have been harmed in some way, Holly said it is important to remain calm and listen.

"You need to believe and tell them that you want them to try and help them feel safe," Holly said.

"A lot of parents and carers do not want to believe, because 90 percent of children are harmed by someone the child knows and someone you know. So it's really important to take out that being shocked factor."

"Try not to have your emotions as the first emotion," Holly said. "They're important, but you need to keep them for later because you need to keep calm, you need to listen and believe and try and help them to be safe."

"For many children, they'll tell five times before someone listens, because they'll test it out," Holly said.

It is really important that as parents, we listen and believe our children in those first moments when they're seeking our help.

And after everything, Holly said parents should always seek help if they are faced with this situation.

"It's really traumatising for an adult to learn something has happened to their child," Holly said.

So if this is you, remember to look after yourself so you can better support your child.


How do I start?

When asked to provide an example about how we could start the conversation with our kids, Holly suggested we look for a teachable moment. This could be on television, in the newspaper, on social media or just something in everyday life.

"Try and relate it to something that makes sense to them," she said.

As an example, say you're watching your favourite Aussie soap alongside your child and something happens that you can relate to being safe.

Holly said she would ask, "Who would you talk to if you felt scared or worried?"

Have a discussion with your child and ask them questions in a 'what if' type scenario.

Then Holly explained how you can "extend it" by changing the situation and the setting. Ask "what if you're at school?" or "what if this happens on the bus?"

"There's a really easy activity you could actually do where people use their hands," she said.

"Draw around your hand and try to come up with five different people in different types of locations or roles."

See if your children can think of five people they can talk to in five different scenarios, representing each of the five fingers on the drawing.

"A lot of children would never say no to an adult," Holly said, reminding us of the importance of building our children's problem-solving skills and role-playing what if scenarios.

Who knows? This may come in handy for them one day.

It's a skill your child hopefully will never need, but is it worth them not having it if they really do need it one day?


Original article written by Claire Haiek and published on Kidspot: https://www.kidspot.com.au/parenting/parenthood/parenting-style/5-simple-ways-to-protect-your-children-online-and-in-real-life/news-story/89fff89f85e49f04ad804f3650691290

 

Bruce Morcombe returns to his old school to launch Day for Daniel 2018

Posted on 23 October 2018

Bruce returns to Milton State School after 50 years to officially launch Day for Daniel 2018.


Denise said "Today we publicly launch Day for Daniel. I am moved by the effort and contributions of so many to ensure Daniel's legacy lives on. This Friday will see a record number of schools and child care centres participate in Australia's premier child safety day. Today we also welcome Kim Skubris as an Ambassador at the Daniel Morcombe Foundation. As a mother and respected journalist, Kim has been instrumental in a number of events to help bring our Daniel home and raise funds for the Daniel Morcombe Foundation".


Bruce added "50 years ago I was a student at this very primary school. At a quick glance I could say little has changed. But today the world has a very different landscape for us all. Teachers, police, parents and carers have new challenges to keep our kids safe. Day for Daniel bridges that gap and lays the foundation through evidenced based educational programs that reduce the incidences of child abuse. Get involved or simply join us online this Friday and watch Australia's Biggest Safety Lesson, it is sure to become a viral hit".
 

The Principal of Milton Sate School Mr Paul Zernike explained 'Day for Daniel' is such a timely reminder to all children, parents and the wider community about the importance of instilling in our children that they are in control of their own bodies and need to feel safe at all times. The work that Denise and Bruce Morcombe have done to highlight this issue and provide support, guidance and education to the children right across Australia is so critical to the ongoing safety of our children within the community.


'We are delighted to have Denise and Bruce, who is a former Milton student, joining our school today to officially launch 'Day for Daniel'' said Principal Zernike.


Day for Daniel is the Daniel Morcombe Foundation's national day of action to raise awareness about child safety, protection and prevention. It is the perfect opportunity for educators, parents and carers to talk to children about their personal safety. It is the largest child safety awareness day of its type in Australia. In recent years more than 1 million Australians joined with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation in protecting children.

This year we have invited all Day for Daniel participants to join our 2nd online broadcast of Australia's Biggest Child Safety Lesson. This year's lesson is suitable for children between the ages of 3 - 8 years. It will teach key personal safety concepts for early childhood in a fun and interactive way.


The Foundation urges parents, cares and educators to Talk early, Talk Often and Keep Talking about personal safety.


For more information about Day for Daniel, Australia's Biggest Child Safety Lesson and the free Keeping Kids Resources go to www.danielmorcombe.com.au

 

Media Opportunity


What: Launch of Day for Daniel 2018
When: Tuesday 23rd October
Time: 11.15am
Where: In front of Milton State School, Bayswater Street, Milton

School presentation will take place in resource centre

Who: Bruce, Denise, Principal Paul Zernike, Kim Skubris

By arrangement with: Tracey McAsey
Mobile: 0420 300 737
Email: tracey@danielmorcombe.com.au

 

Sophie Monk announced as Daniel Morcombe Foundation Ambassador

Posted on 16 October 2018
Sophie Monk announced as Daniel Morcombe Foundation Ambassador
The Daniel Morcombe Foundation is excited to announce that the talented, very passionate Sophie Monk has accepted the role of Daniel Morcombe Foundation Ambassador.


Bruce and Denise said, "We are very happy to announce Sophie as our Ambassador today. Sophie has always supported us, our family and the Foundation with hard work and friendship. We are honoured she has chosen to support the Foundation even more, especially when she leads such a busy life. Sophie brings with her great ideas and a real passion for helping all children be safe."


Sophie explained "I am so proud to be the Ambassador of an Australian organization that I care so deeply about. As Ambassador of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation I will talk about keeping kids safe and child safety at every opportunity I get. There is nothing more important than our children being safe and parents and carers knowing that they can help. The world is a great place, I want all children to know they have the right to grow up safe from harm and abuse on and off line always."


Sophie is now really keen to help promote our 14th Annual Day for Daniel being held on Friday 26th October across Australia.


Day for Daniel is the Daniel Morcombe Foundation's national day of action to raise awareness about child safety. protection and prevention. It is the perfect opportunity for educators, parents and carers to talk to children about their personal safety. It is the largest child safety awareness day of its type in Australia. In recent years more than 1 million Australians joined with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.


This year we have invited all Day for Daniel participants to join our 2nd online broadcast of Australia's biggest child safety lesson. This year's lesson is suitable for children between the ages of 3 - 8 years. It will teach key personal safety concepts for early childhood in a fun and interactive way.


The Foundation urges parents, cares and educators to Talk early, Talk Often and Keep Talking about personal safety.


For more information about Day for Daniel, Australia's biggest child safety lesson and the free Keeping Kids Resources go to www.danielmorcombe.com.au
 

 
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