Upcoming State Events 

Keep the following date free 

26th October 2018 for the Awards Ceremony and Dinner 

 

We are always looking for presenters for Churchill Chats and hosts for Winston Walks so, if you would like to contribute to your fellow Fellows knowledge base and enjoyment, please download this Form and contact our Secretary using secretary@churchillfellowsnsw.org.au

 

 

Churchill Chats  

The following Chats are being held at the Masonic Club, 169 Castlereagh St, Sydney.  We are hoping to record each Chat for a future podcast that will be mde available to members via our web and Facebook Pages.

 

Date

Time

Presenter

      Topic

Monday, 26 February

6pm

 

Geraldine Doogue 2000CF

 

 

"A Chat with Geraldine"  In a reversal of the usual way in which we normally see Geraldine,  you will get to know her better, as she is interviewed by a small panel of Fellows about her experiences during her study tour and how her Fellowship has influenced her life.

Click here for CHAT Details 

 Monday 30 July

 6pm

 Judy Saba 2010CF

 

A Chat with Judy and friends from Emergency Services and the Police Service

 

In Judy's 2010 Fellowship, she undertook to do a comparative study of diversity skills training and human rights integration in policing organizations. What started out as exploring Diversity training and Human rights integration in Policing jurisdictions in the UK, USA and Middle East has resulted in a range of unexpected applications of diversity of thought and skills to the understanding and investigation of traditional practices such as Witchcraft, Female Genital Mutilation, Child Affection Behaviors and Forced Marriage to name a few. What do these mean within a diverse and multicultural Australia. The results of her fellowship have already begun to influence National Guidelines for Diversity training in Policing.

Tonight's chat is entitled:

“How can ‘diversity of thought’ coupled with ‘roundtable case analysis’ be the key to applied cross cultural approaches to policing in NSW and how can applied diversity training approaches add value to current police training.?”

Click here for CHAT Details 

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Winston Walks  

We are seeking volunteers to host, and present at, future Winston Walks.  If you are interested please contact Elizabeth Comino at elizabethcomino@gmail.com

 

Date

Time

Coordinator

         Venue/Topic

Saturday 6th October

 11:00am

Prue Golland

2015CF

Saturday 6 October marks World Cerebral Palsy Day. More than raising awareness for cerebral palsy (CP), this day is an opportunity to ensure children and adults with CP have the same rights, access and opportunities as anyone else in our society.
 
Come and join Churchill Fellow Prue Golland (2015) as she hosts a community event celebrating World CP Day and the introduction of RaceRunners - an innovative running and mobility aid that she came across during her Fellowship travels in 2016.
 
Here is the link to the Eventbrite page

For enquiries email secretary@churchillfellowsnsw.org.au

Sunday 7th October

 11:00am

Dr Peter Weston 2014CF

 "Drifting waratahs and flying proteas: a look at the plant family Proteaceae and how its ancestors spread across the Southern Hemisphere"

Blue Mountains Botanical Garden Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens, Bells Line of Road, Mount Tomah, NSW 2758. 

Meet at the entrance of the Vistors Centre at 10:45

For enquiries email secretary@churchillfellowsnsw.org.au.

RSVP by 30th September.  

 Click here for WALK Details  

November 10th and 11th 

 weekend  Louise Halsey 200CF & Anthony Hatch 2000CF

TUMUT          "Two Fellows present "

Anthony Hatch and Louise Halsey two country Fellows have become great mates are combining their diverse talents in Tumut

Hatchy will conduct a large animal rescue

Louise will introduce you to the recently constructed she project managed.

Through the weekend visiting Fellows will be introduced to the work of other Tumut Fellows

This will be a time to connect and enjoy the Tumut district

Sunday night, Armistice day, at 9pm to coincide with 11am Greenwich mean time there will be a commemorative service and lantern walk on the labyrinth

Click here for Walk and cost Details 

For enquiries email secretary@churchillfellowsnsw.org.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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