Community Events: May

Community Events: May

May 2, 2016
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The Power of Discomfort: What would you do if you weren’t afraid?
Thursday May 19th
We are holding our next community workshop on May 19th in Brunswick East. A workshop for those wanting to embrace life and all the chaos that comes with it. It can often be extremely difficult to embrace feelings of discomfort and vulnerability in our lives, but also so vital in our growth and personal development, as well as becoming our true, authentic selves. Once you learn to embrace discomfort and accept your challenges softly, openly and courageously you can steer your life in the direction you choose, whilst living gracefully amongst the messiness that comes along the way. Tickets here!

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Wanderlust 108 Melbourne
Saturday 14th May
The world’s only mindful triathlon is back for another year, coming to St Kilda on Saturday 14th May. Combing at 5 km walk/run, an outdoor yoga experience and a guided meditation, Wanderlust 108 is for anybody who enjoys getting in touch with their inner self. Music will be played by local DJs and there’ll be heaps of food and craft vendors to curb those cravings throughout the day. Get a tribe together and head along for what will no doubt be, a wonderful day. More info and tickets here!

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Screening of Poverty, Inc. discussion with Vinita Baravkar
Friday 20th May

With global poverty still causing devastation to many third world countries, Poverty Inc. endeavours to explore whether the solution will be through charities and donations or empowerment and social enterprise. Vinita Baravkar from Bhumi Organic Cotton will then discuss the true environmental and humanitarian impacts of the textile industry from her experience in India and Bangladesh. This will provide a great opportunity to network with other like-minded global citizens, with light food and refreshments on offer as well. Tickets here!

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Race Discrimination Commissioner Dr Tim Soutphommasane Lecture
Wednesday 25th May
Despite being known as a progressive and culturally diverse nation, Australia is still plagued by inherent and underhanded racism. Join Race Discrimination Commissioner Dr Tim Soutphommasane, as he delivers a lecture on this important issue. If racism is an area you are passionate about, don’t miss this unique opportunity to gain the perspective of Australia’s most senior anti-racism officer. Tickets are free and available here!

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Sleep at the ‘G
Thursday 26th May
Melbourne City Mission are seeking to put youth homelessness to bed once and for all. In order to stand in solidarity with the 6000+ young people that are forced to couch surf or sleep rough, join Sleep at the ‘G to show your support. Use this one night to experience how it feels to be homeless, sleeping on a cardboard box to raise much-needed funds and awareness for youth homelessness. More than 1000 compassionate people are expected, so get a group together and be involved. More information and tickets here!

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