District Rotary 9800

Event News

 

World of Difference Humanitarian Tours to Cambodia

World of Difference Humanitarian Tours to Cambodia

5th–18th or 22nd January 2017

$4199 - 13 days or $4599 - 16 days

Includes Flights, Travel Insurance, meals, sightseeing, entrance fees, tour and transfer services, English speaking local guide, accommodation based on 2 sharing a room, private air conditioned vehicles, Bicycle Hire, Private TukTuk (Motoremok) drinking water and face towels whilst sightseeing.

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Japanese Cultural Afternoon

In association with the City of Glen Eira, the Rotary Club of Glen Eira is holdings its special biannual "Japanese Afternoon" on Sunday 13th November at Glen Eira Town Hall. Compered by media host Yumi Stynes, all of Melbourne can experience traditional Japanese culture, handcrafts, performance and food.

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Rotary Youth Program of ENrichment (RYPEN)

The Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN) in Rotary International District 9800 is a Youth Leadership conference for young people who are between 15 and 17 AND are year 9, 10 and 11 students. The conference is a weekend long camp designed at developing young people’s potential through a mixture of lecture style sessions and adventure-based learning.

Friday October 21st to Sunday October 23rd, 2016 at the Doxa Malmsbury Camp

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Bringing the Light

An inspiring documentary about the work of Steph Woollard’s Seven Women organization in Nepal.

Wednesday 14th September, 2016

ACMI, Federation Square, 6.30pm

Tuesday 11th October, 2016

Como Theatre, South Yarra

 

 

 

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“Breaking the Cycle” - Conference for anti-violence workers

Dr David Smyth, chair of Rotary-backed Violence Free Families (Vic) and ex-director, Rotary Club of Brighton, is among the speakers at Akolade’s 2nd“Breaking the Cycle” conference from September 27-29 at Crowne Plaza, Melbourne.

The conference focuses on how not-for-profits in this field can deliver their services efficiently. States have committed large sums (Vic, $527m; NSW,  $300m) to combat domestic and family violence.  Front-line agencies  need to tap the new funding, scale up, diversify, and innovate. The 20-plus speakers on  best practices are from as far afield as Break the Cycle units, Los Angeles and Minnesota.

Registrations at Akolade 02 9247 6000, akolade.com.au or registration@akolade.com.au. Rotary 10% discount via VIP Code WFXV1.