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THIS MORNING: Join No to Violence's National First People’s Violence Network meeting at 11:30 am via Zoom: lnkd.in/gRrpTYXTHIS WEEK: No to Violence's National First People’s Family Violence Network. Formerly known as the No to Violence's First Nation's Drop-in, these virtual meetings are held every second Friday of the month, from 11:30 am to 1 pm AEST. Hosted by No to Violence's National Sector Development Manager Kyalie Moore, this month's event will be held on Friday 11th of June. Attendees will hear from guest speakers, Lecturer Madi Day and her team in the Department of Indigenous Studies at Macquarie University.This monthly check-in meeting will be an opportunity to share what people are seeing and experiencing in Community. This forum also offers support and shares resources.Click here to join the conversation: zoom.us/j/94688230176?pwd=OWNjaU5PNG14aTJzR1owS3Vqb1Rldz09 ... See MoreSee Less
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