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WESTERN SPIRITUALITY IN THE PUB

Event date: 20/03/2018 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Export event

WESTERN SPIRITUALITY IN THE PUB: SOUTH SUDENESE – ENRICHING OUR COUNTRY?
Tuesday 20 March, 7.30pm
Club Italia, 128–152 Furlong Road, St Albans

There have been lots of negative media reports about South Sudanese young people, particularly in the Western suburbs, as well as some negative comments made by federal politicians. Some young people have behaved in unacceptable ways. For this first Western Spirituality in the Pub session this year, speakers on the topic will be Tut Gordon Tut and Daniel Ajak, who will open up conversation that may well broaden insights and perceptions and perhaps balance some of the things we may have seen and read. Tut was born in Ethiopia after his family left South Sudan due to civil war and currently works as a lawyer at Victoria Legal Aid. Daniel currently works as a criminal defence lawyer at Papa Hughes Lawyers. He was also born in Ethiopia after his parents fled to Kenya. Daniel currently works as a criminal defence lawyer at Papa Hughes Lawyers. Talks begin at 7.30pm, dinner is from 6pm. The event will end by 9pm.
Details and RSVP: admin@wsip.org.au 

 

 

DOWNLOAD FLYER AT THIS LINK:
http://www.cam.org.au/portals/0/2018/ParishUpdateFlyers/PU9/WesternSpiritualityInPubMarch.pdf

 

 

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