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Join policy makers, researchers, advocates and others concerned with gender equity to hear about the limits of economics. Economics is the prevailing paradigm when discussing policy and our welfare policies also reflect this. For women, this narrative means care work can be undervalued. This feeds in to women’s lack of confidence about money and in their financial futures and, further, women’s relative economic disadvantage. While economic frames can be useful in some contexts, are they overused?
MacKillop Family Services
is celebrating its 20-year anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving on Friday 30 June
. The theme of the Mass is Holding onto Hope
. All are welcome!
Location: 237 Cecil Street, South Melbourne
Light lunch to follow Mass.
RSVP essential: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Solo Catholics Committee invites you to ‘invite a friend ‘along to join us as we would like to encourage new interested people to our events. If you have suggestions and ideas on forthcoming events, please leave your details with Peter.
Click here for upcoming events.
Date: Thursday 22 June 2017
Venue: Lido Cinema, 675 Glenferrie Rd, Hawthorn
Time: pre-dinner drinks in the foyer from 6.45pm-7pm; Film starts at 7.15pm.
Cost: $35 including a champagne/beer/wine or choc top.
For more information and to purchase tickets click here
Join policy makers, researchers, advocates and other concerned with gender equity to h
ear about the limits of economics in welfare policies on Wednesday 28th June 2017 from 9am - 11:00am. Details here
Member organisation Edmund Rice Centre
has released a statement denouncing the government's latest decision to
set a timeline on the lodgement for protection for refugees and people
seeking asylum. In its statement, the ERC wrote "Peter Dutton has launched yet another unfair and cruel attack on refugees and people seeking asylum".
The Solo Catholics Committee invites all interested members and others to ‘get involved’ in our Events Calendar over the coming year!
If you would like to be contacted for suggestions and ideas on forthcoming events, please leave your details with Peter.
Saturday 13th May - City of Kingston's 10th Autumn Harvest Festival
A day of Australia’s top country, bluegrass and rockabilly artists headlined by Aussie music legend Tex Perkins as well as market stalls, delicious locally produced food, licensed bar, fresh food and cooking demonstrations, sustainable workshops under the 'Big Top' 11a-10p.Bicentennial Park - Cnr Thames Promenade & Scotch Parade, Chelsea. Contact Maria on 9772 5426 for meet up time/location - RSVP by Thursday 11th May
One of our longtime members, MacKillop Family Services, is seeking the support of the Catholic community to help
foster hope and promote justice for children, young people and families;
particularly those who have experienced distress, disadvantage and
abuse. In particular, they are keen to recruit more foster carers.
Carers are necessary partners in assisting many of the children
Trivia Night Friday 23 June 7pm. Tickets $30.00
St Mary's House of Welcome is holding their annual fundraiser Trivia Night, with Trivia Quizmaster and comedy legend Rod Quantock. Join us for a night of trivia, finger food, drinks and games, with many auction and raffle prizes to be won! Ticket includes entry to trivia, games, finger food and platters. No BYO alcohol.