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WISE Cranbourne


7-9 Bakewell Street
Victoria 3977

P: 03 5990 3600
F: 03 5990 3699
E: cranbourne@wiseemployment.com.au

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Invite to attend the Northern Indigenous Employment luncheon on 30 May 2013

This National Reconciliation Week (27 May - 3 June 2013), the Northern Indigenous Employment (NIE) working group, which WISE Employment is a founding member of, invites business, government, community and service stakeholders to share in a productive conversation about the benefits of employing Indigenous Australians. You're invited to join them at a luncheon on Thursday 30 May in Melbourne and hear from business leaders who have been recognised for developing successful Indigenous employment strategies. Learn how to increase Aboriginal participation and employment in your workplace.

Read more: Invite to attend the Northern Indigenous Employment luncheon on 30 May 2013
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Harmony Day 2013

Harmony Day is an annual initiative by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC). It is a day of cultural respect, widely celebrated across schools, childcare centres, community groups, churches, businesses and federal, state and local government agencies.

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Social Inclusion Week 2012

Social Inclusion Week, 24 November to 2 December 2012, is an annual initiative, conceptualised by Dr Jonathon Welch AM, that encourages communities to reconnect and be inclusive of all cultures, age groups, nationalities and the disadvantaged. The theme for Social Inclusion Week 2012 is: Collaborate, Connect and Celebrate! Since 2001, WISE Employment has invested time and funds into projects to support the most disadvantaged in our community including people with disability, mental illness, youth, ex-offenders, refugees and Indigenous communities. Another project is the operation of four socially-inclusive social enterprises, employing close to 200 people.

Read more: Social Inclusion Week 2012