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Auspire Ambassadors of 2019 are proud to volunteer in the Australia day ceremonies of local councils across Western Australia
25 outstanding Auspire Ambassadors attended events across the state covering over 14,500 kilometres including Esperance, Newman, Geraldton, Wagin, Augusta and Broome and throughout the metropolitan area.
Reconciliation WA, City of Perth and Auspire - Australia Day Council WA established an alliance to ensure respect and acknowledgement of the past plays a vital role in Australia Day activities and initiatives.
Delivering quality products that showcase original and innovative Australian design, we are proud to present our new product range.
Last week Auspire was pleased to hear of the appointment of Mr Mohammad Al-Khafaji to the role of FECCA Acting CEO. Mr Al-Khafaji was formerly FECCA Director of Strategy and Engagement and bring a wealth of experience to the table.
The UN Association of Australia (WA Division) has organised an exhibition on 10 December 2018 (Monday) from 6:00-8:30pm at the State Library of WA (25 Francis St., Perth WA 6000). The evening will include a keynote address on the history and importance of human rights followed by a panel discussion that explores human rights concerns facing Australia today.
Auspire has commenced fundraising with the entertainment Book to support its social and cultural inclusion programs.
Auspire joined forces with the Constitutional Centre in West Perth to again host a fully booked community masterclass about Active Citizenship and the Constitution on Tuesday 6th November with over 65 people registering to attend.
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.
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.
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.