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An underwater cave- rescue hero; a young identity theft law-maker, an aboriginal ex-serviceman and a youth social-wellbeing champion have all been revealed and celebrated as the western Australian 2019 Australians of the Year.
Auspire has commenced fundraising with the entertainment Book to support its social and cultural inclusion programs.
At the Auspire's Annual General Meeting held on Friday 2 November 2018, Ms Kerryn Batten, Auspire Chair reported that the organisation had again delivered a solid year of engagement and impact and demonstrable growth in programs that encourage and promote active participation and contribution to community.
A cave-diving rescuer, a mountaineer who overcame spinal injury, an advocate for Indigenous servicemen and women, a basketballer building kids’ self-esteem, a young Indigenous activist and a woman saving bears from bile farms are among the 16 finalists over 4 categories for the WA 2019 Australian of the Year Awards.
Auspire welcomes Australia's next Race Discrimination Commissioner, Mr Chin-Leong Tan, a former lawyer who has held a number of diversity-focused leadership roles over two decades.
People across the world joined together for a minute’s silence at noon today to commemorate and acknowledge the United Nation’s International Day of Peace. Auspire – The Australia Day Council’s work is closely aligned to the UN’s sustainable goal 16 – Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions and this year joined the movement.
Every community has local heroes. Auspire – The Australia Day Council WA, Community Citizen of the Year awards is your opportunity to acknowledge those making an outstanding contribution to your local community.
Ladies from different multicultural communities attended a special leadership forum featuring Australian of the Year alumni.
The Perth USAsia Centre hosted an intimate roundtable lunch with Australia’s Ambassador to the USA, Mr Joe Hockey this week. Our CEO, Morgen Lewis was invited to join along with a number of other industry leaders and influences in WA.
Members from Culturally and Linguisticaly Diverse backgrounds are encouraged to submit an Expression of Interest to participate in a Governance Leadership program offered by the Office of Multicultural Interest.