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When

Tuesday 22 August 7:30 - 9:30pm

Speakers

Dr John Falzon, Chief Executive Officer of the St Vincent Paul Society National Council of Australia

Lidia Thorpe, Chairperson of the Victorian NAIDOC Committee and honorary CEO of the Victorian Traditional Owner and Land Justice Group

Chris Bailey, (OX 2010) walked from Mexico to Canada and raised $100,000 to support a microfinancing scheme for women in India

MODERATOR

Shane Healy, Director of Media and Communications at the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne and former 3AW Chief Executive

 

Tickets

General admission $15, Concession $5

 

Join us before the forum 6:00-7:30pm

Delicious Food Vans. 

You can purchase wood-fired pizzas from ‘Soul Kitchen’, Indian Street food from ‘Babaji’s Kitchen’ and rice-paper rolls from ‘Roll’d’ Vietnamese inspired street food. Food will be available outside the Eldon Hogan Performing Arts Centre. Food options range from $12 - $15 per dish.

Aboriginal Art Exhibition/Fundraiser.

Presented by McCulloch and McCulloch, Whistlewood Gallery, Shoreham, in association with the Xavier College student Committee for Indigenous Affairs, the sale of artworks will raise funds for ‘Culture is Life’, a not-for- profit organisation founded by entrepreneur and philanthropist David Prior to underpin Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led initiatives to support cultural strengthening and to prevent youth suicide.

 

Contact Details

Bronwen Kellett

Xavier Social Justice Network Coordinator

e. Bronwen.Kellett@xavier.vic.edu.au

m. 0427 413 503