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Community news – 8 stories

  • Emerging Young Muslim Voices

    13 August 2019

    Join the Australian Muslim Women’s Centre for Human Rights for ‘EMERGING MUSLIM VOICES’ – a social justice program designed for young Muslims to enhance their skills as advocates in tackling social and political issues and engaging with the media. The workshops will include: - Self-awareness and Identity . - Human Rights. - Race and… Read more

    Emerging Young Muslim Voices
  • Women’s Only Swimming at TRAC

    12 August 2019

    Thomastown Recreation and Aquatic Centre TRAC is restarting their much loved “Women’s Only Swimming Program” every Saturday. The sessions will run on Saturdays from 3.30pm – 5.30pm. Your first visit is FREE. Read more

    Women’s Only Swimming at TRAC
  • Wellness Walk and Cancer Research Run

    9 August 2019

    The Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre ONJ Centre will be holding "The Wellness Walk & Research Run" on Sunday, 6 October. This family based event is a fundraiser to support people with cancer. The ONJ Centre has a great family ticket special available, which is valued at $70 for the whole family 5 tickets. By… Read more

    Wellness Walk and Cancer Research Run
  • After School Child Safety: Wollert Community Concerns

    6 August 2019

    There have been many "near miss" incidents involving our students running in front of cars after school at pick up time. Several phone calls from the local Wollert community have been received, concerned for the safety of our students. Please remember that child safety is a shared responsibility. We urgently need your assistance to… Read more

    After School Child Safety: Wollert Community Concerns
  • Research Project: Get Involved

    1 August 2019

    You are invited to participate in a project about ‘Exploring Australian Muslim Education’ currently taking place at your children’s school. The aim of the study is to explore how and in what ways school leaders and teachers at the College influence the development of a unique Australian Muslim identity to foster respect for difference… Read more

    Research Project: Get Involved
  • Clean Eating Workshop A Huge Success

    21 September 2018

    As a part of the community engagement strategy, one of the things we are passionate about is developing programs for mums with small children that are designed as a grassroots approach to educating women and thereby enriching the lives of whole families. The "Clean Eating & Nude Food" workshop last Friday was run by health and wellness… Read more

    Clean Eating Workshop A Huge Success
  • Volunteer Tutors Needed for Refugees

    9 April 2018

    Can you spare 1-2 hours per week to visit a newly arrived refugee or migrant in the home and help them learn English and to settle into Australian life? Melbourne AMEP is currently seeking volunteers. Each term, AMEP trains volunteers to assist newly arrived refugees and migrants learn English. These people are isolated in their homes and… Read more

    Volunteer Tutors Needed for Refugees
  • Malay Community Profile

    22 February 2018

    You are invited to learn about the City of Whittlesea’s Malay community who share a common language and make a significant contribution to the local community. Working with the Victorian School of Languages VSL, the Malay community – some of them Al Siraat families, have established a State Government based Malay language school in the… Read more

    Malay Community Profile
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