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Congratulations to Southern Cross Care (Vic), one of our members, which recently won the Organisation Award at the 2016 ACSA Victoria Aged Care Awards. CEO of Southern Cross Care (Vic), Andrew Newton, said the award is a great achievement and recognition of the wonderful work that staff and volunteers have done over the past year to support and assist older people to live the best lives possible.
The ACRATH calendar, first published in 2015, creates awareness of human trafficking globally and here in Australia. Copies of the 2017 calendar can now be ordered.
A well planned and well executed week of lobbying in Canberra is a feature of the work of Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans (ACRATH).
Cabrini Health is pleased with the progress of its new Asylum Seeker and Refugee Health Hub, located at 503 Sydney Road, Brunswick. Officially opened in April this year, its first client was a Medicare-ineligible asylum seeker from the Middle East—the client was seen by Professor Suresh Sundram who now conducts weekly psychiatry clinics at the Hub.
The St Vincent de Paul Society Victoria is hosting the 2016 Just Art Exhibition titled 'Asylum Seekers - Stories of Humanity' from 26-30 August. It will feature more than 250 artworks including visual art, media, performing arts and creative writing, created by members of the Victorian community, advocating for a more humane response to people seeking asylum in Australia.
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The Victorian Council of Churches' Social Questions Commission are hosting a forum on Migrant and Refugee Sunday, 28 August, bringing together people from different denominations to share together about how we best advocate for refugees and people seeking asylum.
You're invited to join in the annual John Wallis Foundation Walk Ride Run event, along the beautiful Great Victorian Rail Trail, on Saturday 27 August 2017.

Congratulations to Sr Bernadette Wallis MSS who is in the midst of launching The Silent Book. The book is a tribute to her family and the disappearing Australian-Irish Sign Language, as well as to the broader deaf community and its families. Proceeds from the sale of the book go to the John Wallis Foundation.


This workshop examines the changing role of men in the context in which we live - the changing world of relationships, retirement and general wellbeing.

Date and Time: Thursday 4 August 2016, 4.00pm to 8.00pm. Venue: GriefLine Community & Family Services; Level 1, 479 Warrigal Road, Morrabbin. 

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