News & Events

East Div 2020 DHHS Emergency Preparedness Forum: preparing for emergency

24.09.2020 Events

The Department of Health and Human Services invites you, or a relevant representative from your agency, to register to attend the 2020 online emergency preparedness forum. This year has forced many of us to change and adapt both professionally and personally in ways we could never have predicted or imagined. While we’re still working to […]

Virtual Coffee With… Nang Souphaphone, Program Support Officer, Inner East PCP

24.09.2020 Coffee With, News

This month IEPCP interviews our new Project Support Officer Nang Souphaphone. Nang came from Laos as Australian Award Scholarship recipient to study a Diploma of Community Services at Holmesglen. She has spent many hours as a volunteer for Universities, community organisations, state and local government and others, to support vulnerable marginalized communities. Nang is a […]

Women’s Health East AGM

22.09.2020 Events

Women’s Health East Annual General Meeting Thursday, 15th of October 2020, 1:00-2:30pm About this Event Women’s Health East Annual General Meeting Thursday, 15th of October 2020 1:00-2:30pm Please join us to hear about and celebrate our achievements over the last year. Guest Speakers We are thrilled to be hosting youth leaders in conversation with Susanne Legena, CEO of Plan […]

Most Significant Change (MSC)

21.09.2020 Events

Clear Horizon’s flagship evaluation technique, Most Significant Change is a powerful participatory tool for monitoring, evaluation and organisational learning. Learn how the Most Significant Change technique can help you uncover the real human impact of your social change initiative. COURSE OVERVIEW Most Significant Change (MSC) offers an engaging and participatory method for uncovering insights into […]

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We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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