Stay across relevant events that help inspire active citizenship, promote social and cultural inclusion and help foster a sense of belonging.
In recognition of Mental Health Week, WA's 2018 Australian of the Year, Dr Tracy Westerman will be presenting on the subject of Destigmatising Aboriginal mental health and suicide prevention - The progress made.
The Centre for Human Rights Education (CHRE) is presenting the 2018 Annual Human Rights Lecture, delivered by the Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG.
The Women for Women speaker series exists to empower Perth Women by connecting them with inspirational local leaders. All profits from events support women's empowerment through the work of Opportunity International Australia.
Mass gathering to create a World Record for the most people attending a Didgeridoo Sound Healing Session. Facilitated by Mark Steinward from One Tribe Healing, this free event is one of a kind creating a sense of community and connection.
The Aboriginal Males Healing Centre is pleased to invite you to the launch of 'Our Vision'. It is our vision that all Aboriginal women and children live safe and healthy lives free of family violence.
The Australasian Police & Emergency Services Games are held every two years throughout Australia and New Zealand. In 2018, the 17th Games will be held within the City of Mandurah. The APES Games are open to all serving and retired members, as well as registered volunteers of law enforcement and emergency service agencies.
The workshop provide attendees the opportunity to learn and adapt; to recognise what others are doing and how they can replicate into their own actions; to build confidence and have a sense of belonging.
The NDIS is making a difference to the lives of many people with disability. Every Australian Counts is bringing everyone together again with the Make It Work forums. These forums he forums will give people with disability and their families the opportunity to have their say about the issues that matter most to them.
Are you looking for a challenge? The chance to meet a great bunch of people? Or a fun way to support charity? Then we invite you to escape the daily grind and grind some gravel instead for the EPIC ride bringing everyone together for youth homelessness.
On Friday 29 June, you are invited to join in the Walk for Reconciliation. This free community event welcomes people from all cultures and countries, so come along and share in this wonderful experience and show solidarity to the reconciliation movement.