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What's Nu

10 September 2015

The JCCV President, Executive & Professional Staff
Wish you a Happy, Healthy & Peaceful New Year

 

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Includes a detailed CALENDAR OF JEWISH HOLIDAYS, special cultural and spiritual dates and a list ofLEADING BUSINESSES in the community.

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JCCV Aboriginal Constitutional Recognition Forum

The objective is to help the community better understand the issues in the Aboriginal Constitutional Recognition debate and why there is a need to do something.

Speakers include:

- Tim Goodwin, Barrister, expert in Constitutional law and member of the Yuin people

- Shireen Morris, Constitutional Reform Policy Advisor at the Cape York Institute

- Leila Gurruwiwi, Educator, media commentator and Yolngu woman

Moderator: John Searle, Chairperson, Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission.

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Intensive Jewish Immersion Day for Multifaith Pastoral Carers

On Thursday 4 September 2015, the Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV) organised and hosted the second annual Jewish Immersion Day for Pastoral Carers from hospitals.

This was the first time that the program was part of a pastoral care University level subject delivered through Stirling College and the University of Divinity.  Twenty pastoral carers from various religious faiths participated and they heard from a wide variety of speakers and had a rich immersion into Jewish history, tradition and explanation of Jewish pastoral needs.  Read more

JCCV LGBTI Community Engagement Symposium

Understanding the human cost of homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and intersex exclusion in the Jewish community.

In a milestone event for social inclusion in the Jewish community, the Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV) held its first LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex) Community Engagement Symposium on Sunday, attended by over 80 people. Read more

JCCV Community Leadership Conference

Diverse communities learning the language of leadership.

The Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV) held its inaugural JCCV Community Leadership Conference on Sunday, attended by over 100 current and future leaders from existing, new and emerging communities.

Community members and leaders from the Jewish, African, Chinese, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Baha’i and Kurdish communities gathered together at the Beth Weizmann Community Centre to participate in a powerful demonstration of positive diversity.

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NO Excuse for Abuse

The Jewish Taskforce Against Family Violence Inc. invites you to a White Ribbon Day Community Breakfast with Assistant Commissioner, Family Violence Command, Dean McWhirter and Crime Reporter, John Silvester. Moderaterd by Danny Blay, Policy Advisor and Trainer.

All funds raised will enable JTAFV to continue running community education and primary prevention programs aimed at educating people about the cycle of violence and ending the silence surrounding the abuse. View flier

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Through Sing for Good you will create awesome social media content, build your team spirit and that of your networks, create new connections in your community and contribute to making Australia a happier, healthier and more inclusive nation. The best entries will be shown on the big screen at Federation Square and across national, state and social media.

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