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Members and friends are cordially invited to join with Catholic Social Services Victoria for a lunchtime briefing on Wednesday 28 August, on #JusticeSolutions: lessons from New Zealand led by colleagues at Jesuit Social Services. New Zealand has introduced a number of innovations in many aspects of their justice system, and a program of reform that is “about developing long-term solutions to keep people safe, allow communities to thrive, and build a justice system that we can all be proud of."
 
Chris Lowney is a noted author and presenter on leadership, and holds senior leadership roles in the Catholic health sector in the USA.
We are delighted that Chris will join us for a breakfast briefing on Friday 6 September on the topic 'Shared Leadership: Insights and Challenges for Catholic Services'. 
Catholic Social Services Victoria today (21 August) reflects, with its members:
"These are challenging times for all those associated with the Catholic Church in Victoria. Today the Court of Appeal dismissed Cardinal Pell’s appeal against his sexual abuse convictions. ... These are challenging times for victims and survivors of abuse, their families and communities.  Our response to that should surely include a commitment of support and solidarity with all who have suffered, and a commitment to playing our part to ensure that all children and vulnerable people are protected....These are also challenging times for those in Catholic agencies who contribute as part of the Church’s response to the Gospel imperatives of loving service and work for justice... 
Our August newsletter is full of the latest news in Catholic social services Victoria, and also features a large number of upcoming events, both from us and our members, such as Jesuit Social Services, MacKillop Family Services, McAuley Community Services for Women, CatholicCare, ACRATH and Wellsprings for Women, to name a few. Get all of the latest news and events info, here

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