Friday, 22 February, 2019
APYC 2019, Leela and Suzie at the talent night. 
Photo credit: Thilina Sandaruwan

Personal insights and better sibling relationships: two young Australians found some unexpected life changes at the Asia-Pacific Youth Conference (APYC) in Genting Highlands, Malaysia, in December 2018.

Thursday, 14 February, 2019

Emerging leaders from the South Sudanese community around Australia explored ways they can cooperate to help bring peace to South Sudan, at a four-day workshop at the University of Melbourne and Armagh, the Australia-Pacific Centre of Initiatives of Change (IofC).

Wednesday, 06 February, 2019
Border Politics publicity pic

Mark your diaries for these evenings of films and conversation at Armagh in Melbourne.

Monday, 24 December, 2018

James McIvor, a senior Manager in the Victorian Department of Justice and Regulation, has many years of experience in career counselling and life skills coaching. A couple of years ago, he began offering follow-up seminars for Life Matters alumni further helping them achieve their dreams.

Saturday, 15 December, 2018

Rob Wood launches his CD "Signposts Along the Journey of Life" - an album of original songs and music at an afternoon event at Armagh

Friday, 30 November, 2018
German-Jewish friendship dinner at Armagh

The Australia-Pacific Centre for Initiatives of Change in Melbourne is facilitating a German-Jewish Friendship Group with members of the Australian German and Australian Jewish communities.

Tuesday, 16 October, 2018
Beyond Forgiving - A South African Story

On a wet Brisbane evening on 6 October, 60 people from diverse backgrounds and origins came together at the Griffith University’s Multifaith Centre for a screening of the award-winning documentary Beyond Forgiving and a panel discussion on the theme ‘The truth will set us all free. Are we listening?’

Thursday, 11 October, 2018

A Creators of Peace facilitator offers a Peace Circle in a novel format

Thursday, 04 October, 2018
Market stalls at the Armagh sustainability fair.

Participants in the 2018 cycle of the Sustainable Impact Mentoring (SIM) program presented their projects on 8 September at Armagh, and reflected on the program’s Human-Centred Design approach.

Friday, 14 September, 2018

The Uluru Statement in May 2017 was the best chance Australia had to meaningfully address the legacy of our colonial past. It was rejected by then-Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in October 2017. One year on, the question remains, can the invitation by the delegates at Uluru for peaceful co-existince still be heard?