Will you be in Melbourne for Christmas? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stand on the hallowed turf of the MCG on Boxing Day AND support a great cause? Well here’s your chance!
CARE Australia is heading to the Commonwealth Bank Boxing Day Cricket Test at Melbourne’s MCG and we need a helping hand.
Time: Approximately 1.5 hour shift in the afternoon
Place: Melbourne’s MCG
What you’ll be doing: Handing out information about CARE’s work … and having fun!
In exchange, you’ll receive a free one-day ticket to the cricket (Boxing Day, 26 December).
If you’re interested: please send us a quick email with your contact details (mobile and email) to email@example.com.
About CARE: CARE Australia is an Australian charity and international humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on empowering women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities.
As we step into 2015, The Development Circle is excited to announce a bold new vision for its future. Building upon the outstanding work of our existing Circles around Australia, The Development Circle is embarking on a concerted effort to establish a greater sense of national unity by creating new opportunities for collaboration between our State groups.
National network and new website Continue reading
Dean Wood from SDC has been interviewing The Development Circle leaders from around the country about what’s going on in their Circle, and what they’re looking forward to in 2015. Check out the videos below! Continue reading
Sydney Development Circle will be on summer holidays until February 2015
To promote your organisation’s events in the Sydney section of the monthly, national newsletter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. First newsletter of 2015 will go out in February.
You can also promote your events, stay up to date and reach out to other SDC members:
Please note, the Groupsite will close on November 30th. If you haven’t already, make sure you sign up to our national monthly newsletter to keep receiving emails from Sydney Development Circle in 2015.
Happy festive season and see you next year!
Social Traders wants to hear about your idea to start a social enterprise that will create employment opportunities for vulnerable young people in NSW.
On Wednesday November 26th, we’re inviting teams to pitch their social enterprise idea, to win a funded place in The Crunch (Sydney) in 2015. Continue reading
RedR Australia is now offering Cert IV in Training and Assessment with a humanitarian focus
RedR community consultation
Sharing knowledge while working in some of the world’s most difficult environments requires a unique set of skills.
The team at RedR will equip you with the tools to effectively collaborate with diverse communities in challenging and interesting contexts. You will be given the confidence to engage with a variety of clients and carry out your job to a higher standard.
This course is designed with a focus on delivery within the not-for profit and humanitarian spheres and looks at the many demanding circumstances presented while working in the field.
Megan in Kathmandu, Nepal
Megan Jones, Child Protection Consultant, UNICEF Nepal
I am a Child Protection Consultant for the UNICEF Nepal Country Office. I am also a Coordinator for DevQuest.org, a website providing interviews and advice to assist those trying to transition into the field of international development. Continue reading
Prof Dori Tunstall presents on the use of Indigenous knowledge in design anthropology
Event summary for “Working with Aboriginal Communities: Incorporating Traditional Knowledge into Practice“, hosted by Melbourne Development Circle
Event Location: Donkey Wheel House, Melbourne CBD
Event Date: September 2, 2014
Prepared by: Chloe Piper, MDC Leader
Blog by Natalia Saeed, Chair – Perth Development Circle
On 15 April 2014 more than 200 high school girls were kidnapped in Chibok, Nigeria by the terrorist organization Boko Haram. Aged 15 to 18 and Christians and Muslims alike, knew the dangers of pursuing education, given that various schools in the area had recently closed in March due to fear of terrorist attacks. Continue reading