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?

Friday, 31 August, 2018
South Sudanese Women's Conference at Armagh

More than 50 women from the South Sudan community in Melbourne came together to hear guest speakers and discuss common issues of mental health, inner peace, empowerment and healing.

Saturday, 25 August, 2018
Conference hall at Caux Palace-Hotel

Part-conference, part-retreat, the Caux Forum invites each participant to bring ‘the whole person’ to discussions of broad societal issues – always starting with the possibilities for individual change.

Friday, 24 August, 2018
Armagh

After a period of quiet, the Friends of Armagh group is back in action, kicking off with a fundraising concert on 22 August.

Thursday, 05 July, 2018

Creators of Peace facilitators from Australia ran two Peace Circles and delivered five days of facilitation training in Bougainville in May, in preparation for a referendum on independence from Papua New Guinea in 2019.

Wednesday, 04 July, 2018

Seventy South Sudanese and Sudanese church leaders met at Armagh, the IofC centre in Melbourne, in a quest for unity and peace.

Wednesday, 04 July, 2018

The first Sustainability Fair at Armagh features planting day in the organic community garden, and a public showcase of community projects led by Sustainable Impact Mentoring program participants.

Tuesday, 03 July, 2018

The Sustainable Impact Mentoring (SIM) program is for people who are passionate about making a change, but don't know where to begin.

Friday, 08 June, 2018

IofC Australia launches its Annual Report at the national meeting in Armagh on 9 June.

Friday, 01 June, 2018
Rubbish bin in landscape

Jean, a waitress at a café in Melbourne, noticed customers' use of plastic bags and takeaway cups. Determined to reduce the wastage and minimize its impact on the environment, she enrolled in the Sustainable Impact Mentoring (SIM) program run by Initiatives of Change Australia (IofCA).

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