Monthly Archives: May 2014

Act for Peace Ration Challenge

The Burmese people have lived through decades of conflict. Hundreds of thousands have fled their homeland for neighbouring Thailand and now live in refugee camps along the Thailand–Burma border. Some have been living in the camps for decades. We can … Continue reading

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Sorry Day

The theme for 2014 is ‘SORRY. Still Living on Borrowed Time! National Sorry Day is a very significant day for Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and particularly for Stolen Generations survivors. The idea of holding a ‘Sorry Day’ … Continue reading

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Winter Soul Food begins June 4

It will soon be winter.  My favourite time of the year (well one of them, …for a while anyway). It is so nice to stay in, in the warmth… but those long nights and short days lose their novelty after … Continue reading

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Fair Trade Fortnight

Fairtrade Fortnight started last Saturday, May 3rd and runs until Sunday May 18th. This is an annual, nationwide celebration of all things Fairtrade and the difference that choosing fair trade makes for millions of farmers and workers in developing countries. … Continue reading

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