on 23 March 2017
Olivia Hargroder, a passionate Year 12 Student from Southern Cross Catholic College in Scarborough, Queensland, made her public speaking debut at the United Nation's 12th World Down Syndrome Day Conference in New York, on Monday 20 March.
A member of the Down Syndrome Association of Queensland, Olivia aims to encourage the global community to deliver better services for people like her.
She recently finished an Open University Course on Child Development and is focused on advoc...
on 22 March 2017
The inaugural Young Lasallians evening with Brother David Hawke, was a boisterous and energetic affair held at St James College, Melbourne on Monday, March 20.
The Q & A style format, addressed some key issues and captivated a diverse audience of teachers, students and Brothers from across four Lasallian communities; St James, St John's, De La Salle and St Bede's Colleges in Melbourne. Hosted by Principal Stephen Pooley, pizza and nibbles kicked off some in-depth discussion...
on 21 March 2017
21 March is Harmony Day
Our diversity makes Australia a great place to live. Harmony Day is a celebration of our cultural diversity a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home.
Held every year on 21 March. The Day coincides with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
As Lasallians, we believe in inclusivity and the message of Harmony Day is 'everyone belongs', the Day aims to engage people to participate in th...
on 21 March 2017
LASALLIAN WOMEN'S SYMPOSIUM
16-19 JULY 2017, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND
Your support is needed to ensure that the Symposium is inclusive of all Lasallian women, particularly those from 55 developing Lasallian countries.
$2,500 will enable one Lasallian woman from a developing country to attend as we come together, learning from each other's insights and experiences and helping to enrich our ministry across many diverse settings across the modern world.
on 20 March 2017
With the Lasallian Global Women's Symposium fast approaching, a group of Lasallian women from PNG are working hard across all 22 provinces in the hope of raising the much-needed funds to attend the Women's Symposium in Auckland, New Zealand.
The group of 20 women are running their own fundraising activities, selling goods and reaching out to local businesses and government departments for support.
Lasallian Family President, Grace Wrakia said; "The PNG Lasallian Family...