I have noticed that kids from certain schools are becoming more involved in social justice works (voluntary) both through school and continuing after they leave. This has involved travels to Aboriginal communities (Bowraville, Moree, Wilcannia etc), Africa, Asia & South American continents and working with the locals on a small but essential project or directing their career towards solving major medical issues in their graduate and post-graduate studies. Is there a growing trend across all school systems to make kids increasingly aware of the plight of others or only a value shared by the private/independent schools? Should these values be espoused across all schools or taught in the home? Does it affect your investment decisions? Eg NRAS or do you handle your contribution in other ways?