The luncheon will be held at Noah's on the Beach and feature an inspirational talk by the current board member of ANTaR (Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation), Director of the Edmund Rice Centre and President of the Refugee Council of Australia. Tickets are still available.
With a background in education and political science, Phil Glendenning is primarily involved in human rights education, peace and reconciliation work and advocacy on climate change in Australia and internationally. He has received an Honorary Doctorate from the Australian Catholic University and later that same year he was also recognised by the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) with the Sir Ron Wilson Award for Human Rights. In recent years Phil led the Edmund Rice Centre's research team for the Deported To Danger series which monitored the safety of rejected asylum seekers in 22 countries, and resulted in an internationally screened documentary, A Well Founded Fear.
All are invited to attend this single luncheon or join the Assembly of Catholic Professionals (click the link to learn more about this initiative). Cost for a single lunch is $99 - book now!
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