How To Stand Up For Your Rights


Following up on the first Community Conversations on racial and religious vilification, the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission, in partnership with the Whittlesea Community Leadership Network and the City of Whittlesea, will be holding a second session on how to stand up for your rights and to support others in doing the same, and how to report incidents to the Commission.

This session is suitable for African and/or Muslim members of the Whittlesea community, and agencies and groups that work closely with them.

If you have any questions, please contact Joe Felice, President, Community Leadership Network Vic. Inc, on 0409 979 089.

Date: Thursday 2 May 2019

Time: 6.30–8:30pm
Location: Whittlesea Council Offices, Fountain View Room 25 Ferres Blvd, South Morang

A light meal will be provided courtesy of the Commission RSVP Please reply by Monday 29 April 2019 to Aldo Vicentic

Note: If you arrive late, please call Aldo Vicentic on 0409 359 743 or Glen Wall on 0422 852 593 to gain entry.

Doors will be locked for security


Aldo Vicentic

Vice President of CL Network Victoria Inc.

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