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* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


2
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* Grant Seeker Workshop PerthGrant Seeker Workshop Perth


Grant Seeker Workshop
3 July
Perth, WA

Based on our interaction with both funders and grant recipients, the workshops provide best-practice strategies for grant-seeking as well as the opportunity to discuss challenges and examples drawn from attendees' experiences. Participants will receive a Strategic Grants project information form and a Grant-Writing Checklist to assist them with implementing what they have learned.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


4
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


5
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


6
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


8
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


9
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* World SWSD ConferenceWorld SWSD Conference


Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2014
9-12 July
Melbourne, VIC

This Conference will bring together practitioners, researchers and educators from around the world who are engaged in Social Work and Social Development. The Conference will continue the work of the Global Agenda, first set in Hong Kong in 2010 and then continued in Stockholm in 2012. Together with the Australian Association of Social Work, the Australian Council of Heads of Schools of Social Work, and the Australian Council of Social Service, we are planning an inspirational program in true Australian tradition.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


10
* Fairground 2014Fairground 2014


Fairground 2014: Youth Sector Conference
10-11 July
Perth, WA

The conference theme ‘Fairground’ represents an opportunity to encourage social inclusion through the continued development of an even playing field for young people. YACWA’s Fairground takes place every two years as an opportunity for the youth sector to network, share ideas and common experiences whilst focusing on statewide issues of importance to young people and the sector. 2014 will be the fourth Fairground conference and follows similar events in 2008, 2010 and 2012. The conference vision is for a youth sector event that is the most topical, relevant, results-orientated youth conference ever held in Western Australia.


* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* World SWSD ConferenceWorld SWSD Conference


Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2014
9-12 July
Melbourne, VIC

This Conference will bring together practitioners, researchers and educators from around the world who are engaged in Social Work and Social Development. The Conference will continue the work of the Global Agenda, first set in Hong Kong in 2010 and then continued in Stockholm in 2012. Together with the Australian Association of Social Work, the Australian Council of Heads of Schools of Social Work, and the Australian Council of Social Service, we are planning an inspirational program in true Australian tradition.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


11
* Fairground 2014Fairground 2014


Fairground 2014: Youth Sector Conference
10-11 July
Perth, WA

The conference theme ‘Fairground’ represents an opportunity to encourage social inclusion through the continued development of an even playing field for young people. YACWA’s Fairground takes place every two years as an opportunity for the youth sector to network, share ideas and common experiences whilst focusing on statewide issues of importance to young people and the sector. 2014 will be the fourth Fairground conference and follows similar events in 2008, 2010 and 2012. The conference vision is for a youth sector event that is the most topical, relevant, results-orientated youth conference ever held in Western Australia.


* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* World SWSD ConferenceWorld SWSD Conference


Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2014
9-12 July
Melbourne, VIC

This Conference will bring together practitioners, researchers and educators from around the world who are engaged in Social Work and Social Development. The Conference will continue the work of the Global Agenda, first set in Hong Kong in 2010 and then continued in Stockholm in 2012. Together with the Australian Association of Social Work, the Australian Council of Heads of Schools of Social Work, and the Australian Council of Social Service, we are planning an inspirational program in true Australian tradition.


* World Population DayWorld Population Day


World Population Day
11 July
International

In 1989, in its decision 89/46, the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme recommended that, in order to focus attention on the urgency and importance of population issues in the context of overall development plans and programmes and the need to find solutions for these issues, 11 July should be observed by the international community as World Population Day.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


12
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* World SWSD ConferenceWorld SWSD Conference


Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2014
9-12 July
Melbourne, VIC

This Conference will bring together practitioners, researchers and educators from around the world who are engaged in Social Work and Social Development. The Conference will continue the work of the Global Agenda, first set in Hong Kong in 2010 and then continued in Stockholm in 2012. Together with the Australian Association of Social Work, the Australian Council of Heads of Schools of Social Work, and the Australian Council of Social Service, we are planning an inspirational program in true Australian tradition.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


13
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


15
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


16
* Luminosity Youth SummitLuminosity Youth Summit


Luminosity Youth Summit
16-18 July
Port Macquarie, NSW

The theme for the Summit is 'Dangerous Ideas' i.e. Thinking big! Daring to dream and create, taking calculated risks to achieve success. The aim is to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and confidence to 'just do it' and take a risk to achieve success. The youth will be challenged to create dangerous ideas for the future. Luminosity Youth Inc. is a working group that comprises of local business and youth representatives from the Port Macquarie Region that are passionate about and committed to investing in the leaders of the future.


* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


17
* Luminosity Youth SummitLuminosity Youth Summit


Luminosity Youth Summit
16-18 July
Port Macquarie, NSW

The theme for the Summit is 'Dangerous Ideas' i.e. Thinking big! Daring to dream and create, taking calculated risks to achieve success. The aim is to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and confidence to 'just do it' and take a risk to achieve success. The youth will be challenged to create dangerous ideas for the future. Luminosity Youth Inc. is a working group that comprises of local business and youth representatives from the Port Macquarie Region that are passionate about and committed to investing in the leaders of the future.


* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


18
* Luminosity Youth SummitLuminosity Youth Summit


Luminosity Youth Summit
16-18 July
Port Macquarie, NSW

The theme for the Summit is 'Dangerous Ideas' i.e. Thinking big! Daring to dream and create, taking calculated risks to achieve success. The aim is to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and confidence to 'just do it' and take a risk to achieve success. The youth will be challenged to create dangerous ideas for the future. Luminosity Youth Inc. is a working group that comprises of local business and youth representatives from the Port Macquarie Region that are passionate about and committed to investing in the leaders of the future.


* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* Nelson Mandela DayNelson Mandela Day


Nelson Mandela Day
18 July
International

This year on 18 July — Nelson Mandela's 95th birthday — the UN is joining a call by the Nelson Mandela Foundation to devote 67 minutes of time to helping others, as a way to mark Nelson Mandela International Day. For 67 years Nelson Mandela devoted his life to the service of humanity — as a human rights lawyer, a prisoner of conscience, an international peacemaker and the first democratically elected president of a free South Africa. In November 2009, the UN General Assembly declared 18 July "Nelson Mandela International Day" in recognition of the former South African President’s contribution to the culture of peace and freedom. General Assembly resolution A/RES/64/13 recognizes Nelson Mandela’s values and his dedication to the service of humanity, in the fields of conflict resolution, race relations, the promotion and protection of human rights, reconciliation, gender equality and the rights of children and other vulnerable groups, as well as the upliftment of poor and underdeveloped communities. It acknowledges his contribution to the struggle for democracy internationally and the promotion of a culture of peace throughout the world.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* International AIDS ConferenceInternational AIDS Conference


20th International AIDS Conference
20-25 July
Melbourne, VIC

The International AIDS Conference is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, persons living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic. It is a chance to assess where we are, evaluate recent scientific developments and lessons learnt, and collectively chart a course forward. Sub-titled "Stepping up the Pace" , the AIDS 2014 programme will present new scientific knowledge and offer many opportunities for structured dialogue on the major issues facing the global response to HIV. A variety of session types – from abstract-driven presentations to symposia, bridging and plenary sessions – will meet the needs of various participants. Other related activities, including the Global Village, satellite meetings, exhibitions and affiliated independent events, will contribute to an exceptional opportunity for professional development and networking.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


21
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* International AIDS ConferenceInternational AIDS Conference


20th International AIDS Conference
20-25 July
Melbourne, VIC

The International AIDS Conference is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, persons living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic. It is a chance to assess where we are, evaluate recent scientific developments and lessons learnt, and collectively chart a course forward. Sub-titled "Stepping up the Pace" , the AIDS 2014 programme will present new scientific knowledge and offer many opportunities for structured dialogue on the major issues facing the global response to HIV. A variety of session types – from abstract-driven presentations to symposia, bridging and plenary sessions – will meet the needs of various participants. Other related activities, including the Global Village, satellite meetings, exhibitions and affiliated independent events, will contribute to an exceptional opportunity for professional development and networking.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


22
* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* ITAC 2014 ConferenceITAC 2014 Conference


Information Technology in Aged Care Conference
22-23 July
Hobart, TAS

The theme of the conference is "Digital Revolution in Seniors Living - assistive technologies: disruptor or enhancer of services?" This theme emphasises the importance of information technology in establishing a sustainable, quality focused aged care environment. The conference will bring together local and international experts across the fields of community care, medication management, assistive technologies and off information system delivery. These critical aged care topics will be discussed from a practical perspective, highlighting the information we need to know how to better manage and design aged care service delivery.


* NFP-Corporate PartnershipsNFP-Corporate Partnerships


Not for Profit & Corporate Partnerships
22-23 July
Sydney, NSW

Competition for Not-for-Profits to secure a corporate partner is increasing. One of the biggest hurdles you will face is presenting yourself as the right organisation for a corporate to partner with. This conference will provide you with a toolkit on how to source these crucial partnerships and more importantly how to secure and maintain the partnership to ensure sustainability for your organisation. You will also hear from corporates explaining what the future direction of corporate partnerships will be.


* International AIDS ConferenceInternational AIDS Conference


20th International AIDS Conference
20-25 July
Melbourne, VIC

The International AIDS Conference is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, persons living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic. It is a chance to assess where we are, evaluate recent scientific developments and lessons learnt, and collectively chart a course forward. Sub-titled "Stepping up the Pace" , the AIDS 2014 programme will present new scientific knowledge and offer many opportunities for structured dialogue on the major issues facing the global response to HIV. A variety of session types – from abstract-driven presentations to symposia, bridging and plenary sessions – will meet the needs of various participants. Other related activities, including the Global Village, satellite meetings, exhibitions and affiliated independent events, will contribute to an exceptional opportunity for professional development and networking.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* Suicide Prevention ConferenceSuicide Prevention Conference


National Suicide Prevention Conference
23-26 July
Perth, WA

The National Suicide Prevention Conference provides a platform for the exchange of ideas to help achieve our agenda of halving suicides in Australia over the next decade. This year the focus will be to deliver improved outcomes in suicide prevention for those working with vulnerable populations. The program will be engaging and diverse with leading researchers, practitioners and policy-makers, tempered by the voices of people with a lived experience of suicide.


* DRUMBEAT TrainingDRUMBEAT Training


DRUMBEAT Training
23-25 July
Sydney, NSW

The Family Action Centre in collaboration with Holyoake offer DRUMBEAT professional development training workshops in various Australian states including QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC and SA. DRUMBEAT was developed by Simon Faulkner from Holyoake in 2003. Holyoake is a Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation and counselling services organisation based in Western Australia. Initially designed as an early intervention program for alienated youth in WA, DRUMBEAT is now implemented across Australia and used by; young children, adolescents, adults, schools, youth services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, child protection residential facilities, mental health services, children's hospitals, refugee trauma associations, juvenile justice centres and prisons.


* ITAC 2014 ConferenceITAC 2014 Conference


Information Technology in Aged Care Conference
22-23 July
Hobart, TAS

The theme of the conference is "Digital Revolution in Seniors Living - assistive technologies: disruptor or enhancer of services?" This theme emphasises the importance of information technology in establishing a sustainable, quality focused aged care environment. The conference will bring together local and international experts across the fields of community care, medication management, assistive technologies and off information system delivery. These critical aged care topics will be discussed from a practical perspective, highlighting the information we need to know how to better manage and design aged care service delivery.


* International AIDS ConferenceInternational AIDS Conference


20th International AIDS Conference
20-25 July
Melbourne, VIC

The International AIDS Conference is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, persons living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic. It is a chance to assess where we are, evaluate recent scientific developments and lessons learnt, and collectively chart a course forward. Sub-titled "Stepping up the Pace" , the AIDS 2014 programme will present new scientific knowledge and offer many opportunities for structured dialogue on the major issues facing the global response to HIV. A variety of session types – from abstract-driven presentations to symposia, bridging and plenary sessions – will meet the needs of various participants. Other related activities, including the Global Village, satellite meetings, exhibitions and affiliated independent events, will contribute to an exceptional opportunity for professional development and networking.


* NFP-Corporate PartnershipsNFP-Corporate Partnerships


Not for Profit & Corporate Partnerships
22-23 July
Sydney, NSW

Competition for Not-for-Profits to secure a corporate partner is increasing. One of the biggest hurdles you will face is presenting yourself as the right organisation for a corporate to partner with. This conference will provide you with a toolkit on how to source these crucial partnerships and more importantly how to secure and maintain the partnership to ensure sustainability for your organisation. You will also hear from corporates explaining what the future direction of corporate partnerships will be.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* Suicide Prevention ConferenceSuicide Prevention Conference


National Suicide Prevention Conference
23-26 July
Perth, WA

The National Suicide Prevention Conference provides a platform for the exchange of ideas to help achieve our agenda of halving suicides in Australia over the next decade. This year the focus will be to deliver improved outcomes in suicide prevention for those working with vulnerable populations. The program will be engaging and diverse with leading researchers, practitioners and policy-makers, tempered by the voices of people with a lived experience of suicide.


* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* DRUMBEAT TrainingDRUMBEAT Training


DRUMBEAT Training
23-25 July
Sydney, NSW

The Family Action Centre in collaboration with Holyoake offer DRUMBEAT professional development training workshops in various Australian states including QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC and SA. DRUMBEAT was developed by Simon Faulkner from Holyoake in 2003. Holyoake is a Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation and counselling services organisation based in Western Australia. Initially designed as an early intervention program for alienated youth in WA, DRUMBEAT is now implemented across Australia and used by; young children, adolescents, adults, schools, youth services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, child protection residential facilities, mental health services, children's hospitals, refugee trauma associations, juvenile justice centres and prisons.


* International AIDS ConferenceInternational AIDS Conference


20th International AIDS Conference
20-25 July
Melbourne, VIC

The International AIDS Conference is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, persons living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic. It is a chance to assess where we are, evaluate recent scientific developments and lessons learnt, and collectively chart a course forward. Sub-titled "Stepping up the Pace" , the AIDS 2014 programme will present new scientific knowledge and offer many opportunities for structured dialogue on the major issues facing the global response to HIV. A variety of session types – from abstract-driven presentations to symposia, bridging and plenary sessions – will meet the needs of various participants. Other related activities, including the Global Village, satellite meetings, exhibitions and affiliated independent events, will contribute to an exceptional opportunity for professional development and networking.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* Suicide Prevention ConferenceSuicide Prevention Conference


National Suicide Prevention Conference
23-26 July
Perth, WA

The National Suicide Prevention Conference provides a platform for the exchange of ideas to help achieve our agenda of halving suicides in Australia over the next decade. This year the focus will be to deliver improved outcomes in suicide prevention for those working with vulnerable populations. The program will be engaging and diverse with leading researchers, practitioners and policy-makers, tempered by the voices of people with a lived experience of suicide.


* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* DRUMBEAT TrainingDRUMBEAT Training


DRUMBEAT Training
23-25 July
Sydney, NSW

The Family Action Centre in collaboration with Holyoake offer DRUMBEAT professional development training workshops in various Australian states including QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC and SA. DRUMBEAT was developed by Simon Faulkner from Holyoake in 2003. Holyoake is a Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation and counselling services organisation based in Western Australia. Initially designed as an early intervention program for alienated youth in WA, DRUMBEAT is now implemented across Australia and used by; young children, adolescents, adults, schools, youth services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, child protection residential facilities, mental health services, children's hospitals, refugee trauma associations, juvenile justice centres and prisons.


* International AIDS ConferenceInternational AIDS Conference


20th International AIDS Conference
20-25 July
Melbourne, VIC

The International AIDS Conference is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, persons living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic. It is a chance to assess where we are, evaluate recent scientific developments and lessons learnt, and collectively chart a course forward. Sub-titled "Stepping up the Pace" , the AIDS 2014 programme will present new scientific knowledge and offer many opportunities for structured dialogue on the major issues facing the global response to HIV. A variety of session types – from abstract-driven presentations to symposia, bridging and plenary sessions – will meet the needs of various participants. Other related activities, including the Global Village, satellite meetings, exhibitions and affiliated independent events, will contribute to an exceptional opportunity for professional development and networking.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* Suicide Prevention ConferenceSuicide Prevention Conference


National Suicide Prevention Conference
23-26 July
Perth, WA

The National Suicide Prevention Conference provides a platform for the exchange of ideas to help achieve our agenda of halving suicides in Australia over the next decade. This year the focus will be to deliver improved outcomes in suicide prevention for those working with vulnerable populations. The program will be engaging and diverse with leading researchers, practitioners and policy-makers, tempered by the voices of people with a lived experience of suicide.


* Young Teachers ArtYoung Teachers Art


Young Teachers Art Exhibition
21 June - 26 July
Gallery Sunshine Everywhere, Sunshine VIC

For more information, contact Maureen Ryan on 0412 218 94


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* DRUMBEAT TrainingDRUMBEAT Training


DRUMBEAT Training
28-30 July
Geelong, VIC

The Family Action Centre in collaboration with Holyoake offer DRUMBEAT professional development training workshops in various Australian states including QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC and SA. DRUMBEAT was developed by Simon Faulkner from Holyoake in 2003. Holyoake is a Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation and counselling services organisation based in Western Australia. Initially designed as an early intervention program for alienated youth in WA, DRUMBEAT is now implemented across Australia and used by; young children, adolescents, adults, schools, youth services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, child protection residential facilities, mental health services, children's hospitals, refugee trauma associations, juvenile justice centres and prisons.


* Aged Care: Chair Chi TrainingAged Care: Chair Chi Training


Aged Care Training Program: Chair Chi (Level 1)
28 July
Brisbane, QLD

Ideal for carers, aged care professionals or volunteers, this comprehensive training program teaches how to deliver Chair Chi sessions for residents and enhance their physical, psychological, social and emotional wellbeing.


* World Hepatitis DayWorld Hepatitis Day


World Hepatitis Day
28 July
International

World Hepatitis Day 2013: This is hepatitis. Know it. Confront it. This year on the 28th July we will be celebrating our 6th World Hepatitis Day, working in partnership with the World Health Organisation (WHO). Our 2013 posters are now available to download here. You can also use our online customisable tool to edit any of our WHD 2013 posters. You can change the text or language, and can add in your own pictures and logos to make it more relevant to your campaign. This year we are focusing on two main themes:
1. This is hepatitis. Know it. Confront it.: This theme has seen big success since its launch in 2010, as it focuses on the real-life impact of viral hepatitis. This year we are sure it will be just as popular!
2. See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil: The message from this theme is that hepatitis is being ignored around the world, and we are calling for that to change. The proverb is widely recognised, and we have two great events to generate interest around it.


* National Tree DayNational Tree Day


National Tree Day
28 July
National

Planet Ark and Toyota are calling on all Australians to Get Outside and Grow and help make nature a part of our everyday lives where we live, learn, work and play. This year there are more ways to branch out and help. Not only can you organise or attend a planting or activity at a park, beach, school or nature reserve. New this year, you'll be able to organise a personal activity at home with your family and friends in your backyard, on your balcony, or even along your nature strip or street (council permitting).


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* DRUMBEAT TrainingDRUMBEAT Training


DRUMBEAT Training
28-30 July
Geelong, VIC

The Family Action Centre in collaboration with Holyoake offer DRUMBEAT professional development training workshops in various Australian states including QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC and SA. DRUMBEAT was developed by Simon Faulkner from Holyoake in 2003. Holyoake is a Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation and counselling services organisation based in Western Australia. Initially designed as an early intervention program for alienated youth in WA, DRUMBEAT is now implemented across Australia and used by; young children, adolescents, adults, schools, youth services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, child protection residential facilities, mental health services, children's hospitals, refugee trauma associations, juvenile justice centres and prisons.


* Taste of Appreciative InquiryTaste of Appreciative Inquiry


A Taste of Appreciative Inquiry
29 July
Brisbane, QLD

This workshop is designed for all those who are dipping their toes into the Appreciative Inquiry water and would like a simple and practical guide to this approach. It is ideal for: CEOs, team leaders, managers, HR or OD practitioners and anyone interested in the Appreciative Inquiry philosophy, whether personally or professionally.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* DRUMBEAT TrainingDRUMBEAT Training


DRUMBEAT Training
28-30 July
Geelong, VIC

The Family Action Centre in collaboration with Holyoake offer DRUMBEAT professional development training workshops in various Australian states including QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC and SA. DRUMBEAT was developed by Simon Faulkner from Holyoake in 2003. Holyoake is a Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation and counselling services organisation based in Western Australia. Initially designed as an early intervention program for alienated youth in WA, DRUMBEAT is now implemented across Australia and used by; young children, adolescents, adults, schools, youth services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, child protection residential facilities, mental health services, children's hospitals, refugee trauma associations, juvenile justice centres and prisons.


* Creating Great ConversationsCreating Great Conversations


Creating Great Conversations
30 July
Brisbane, QLD

" I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realise that what you heard is not what I meant." (Author unknown) Whether we communicate effectively and clearly with others is one of the major factors that can make or break a relationship – either personally or professionally. This one day workshop focuses on using “appreciative conversations” to enhance your communication in groups, organisations, communities – and your personal life. And there are times when all of us find ourselves struggling through ‘difficult conversations’ with colleagues or loved ones


* AIFS Annual ConferenceAIFS Annual Conference


13th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference
30 Jul - 1 Aug
Melbourne, VIC

The 13th AIFS conference coincides with the 20th anniversary of the International Year of the Family, which in 2014 will focus on family-oriented policies and strategies to address family poverty; achieve work-family balance and advance social integration and intergenerational solidarity. To mark the anniversary, our conference will showcase cutting-edge research on topical issues relating to how families are adjusting to a rapidly changing world. It will outline key policy priorities for advancing the wellbeing of Australian families and draw on the expertise and perspectives of a diverse range of specialists from around Australia and across the world. The AIFS conference provides a valuable opportunity for government policy-makers, service providers and practitioners, researchers and community organisations to meet and exchange ideas and knowledge


* Internat Day of FriendshipInternat Day of Friendship


International Day of Friendship
30 July
International

The International Day of Friendship was proclaimed in 2011 by the UN General Assembly with the idea that friendship between peoples, countries, cultures and individuals can inspire peace efforts and build bridges between communities. The resolution (A/RES/65/275) places particular emphasis on involving young people, as future leaders, in community activities that include different cultures and promote international understanding and respect for diversity. The Day is also intended to support the goals and objectives of the Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace and the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World (2001-2010). To mark the International Day of Friendship the UN encourages governments, international organizations and civil society groups to hold events, activities and initiatives that contribute to the efforts of the international community towards promoting a dialogue among civilizations, solidarity, mutual understanding and reconciliation.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


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* AIFS Annual ConferenceAIFS Annual Conference


13th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference
30 Jul - 1 Aug
Melbourne, VIC

The 13th AIFS conference coincides with the 20th anniversary of the International Year of the Family, which in 2014 will focus on family-oriented policies and strategies to address family poverty; achieve work-family balance and advance social integration and intergenerational solidarity. To mark the anniversary, our conference will showcase cutting-edge research on topical issues relating to how families are adjusting to a rapidly changing world. It will outline key policy priorities for advancing the wellbeing of Australian families and draw on the expertise and perspectives of a diverse range of specialists from around Australia and across the world. The AIFS conference provides a valuable opportunity for government policy-makers, service providers and practitioners, researchers and community organisations to meet and exchange ideas and knowledge


* Stepfamily Awareness DayStepfamily Awareness Day


National Stepfamily Awareness Day
31 July
National

National Stepfamily Awareness Day is an ideal opportunity for the community to celebrate and acknowledge the immeasurably positive role stepparents, despite their bad rap in the realm of fairy tales, can and do play in the lives of their stepchildren. Although each specific stepfamily situation is unique, being a stepparent is not. Of the estimated 5 million families in Australia today, one in every five is a stepfamily. Considered to be the fastest growing family unit today their needs are changing as rapidly as the society surrounding them. National Stepfamily Awareness Day is a critical opportunity to recognise the support available to make family transitions as smooth as possible in order to provide these families with the best of all possible futures.


* JulEYEJulEYE


JulEYE
1-31 July
National

JulEYE is The RANZCO Eye Foundation’s national eye health awareness month that takes place during July each year. JulEYE aims to:
- raise community awareness of eye health issues
- raise funding for research projects into the causes and cures of vision impairment and blindness
- support international development projects whose goals are aligned with those of The Foundation.
Vision loss can affect people at any time in their lives, and it will often happen gradually so that by the time it becomes noticeable, the damage is done. We're asking all Australians - no matter their age - to get their eyes tested in JulEYE and place eye tests every two years on their family’s calendar of regular medical checks.


     
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