Global Goals, Volunteering and Teaspoons of Change

Want to see the end of extreme poverty, reduce inequality and protect the planet?


Tuesday, 8 December, 2015


Australian Volunteers International

71 Argyle Street, Fitzroy, Victoria 3065

This free, public event will bring people to learn, share, discuss and grow the movement to see a world without extreme poverty for everyone, everywhere, forever!

RSVP here or to [email protected]m

Speakers for the Event:
> Paul Bird, Australian Volunteers International CEO
> Tony Milne, Campaign for Australian Aid Executive Director
> d’Arcy Lunn, Teaspoons of Change, humanitarian, campaigner, educator, communications specialist with UNICEF and general nomad of 15 years and over 80 countries

And representatives including:
> Australian Volunteers International, Head of Comms and Media
> Oaktree, Head of Advocacy
> World Vision, Community Engagement and V-Gen
> Global Learning Centre, new to-be-established at Ivanhoe Grammar in 2016
> RESULTS Australia, Victorian Leader

…and many more – including you!

This event in Melbourne is one in a series of public events throughout Australia to grow the understanding and importance of Australian Aid, put in context the new Global Goals, learn of the powerful impacts of volunteering and how our own personal choices, decisions and actions in our daily lives can create positive Teaspoons of Change.

Australia is meant to be known as a generous nation let’s find out why and how we can reclaim that title.

NOTE: Please access the venue via 88 Kerr St, Fitzroy.

This campaign is backed by Australia's aid & development groups

Business for Development is for Australian Aid VGen is for Australian Aid Australian Conservation Foundation is for Australian Aid
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