NCJWA (VIC)


Upcoming events

    • 24 October 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • NCJWA (Vic), 131-133 Hawthorn Road Caulfield North
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    This event is free of charge

    • 28 October 2018
    • 6:30 PM
    • Classic Cinema - 9 Gordon St, Elsternwick
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    NCJWA (VIC) Inc is pleased to partner with JIFF for the screening of 

    87 Children

    87 Children will screen at 6.30 pm Sunday 28 October 2018

    $21.50 per ticket 

    Nazi-occupied Crimea, 1944. A boy named Itzhak turns to Saide Arifova, a local Tatar Muslim woman, for help, explaining that he and a group of other Jewish orphans are hiding from the Nazis. Arifova faces a moral dilemma: should she try to help them or save herself by refusing? Despite the impending danger, she decides to protect the children by hiding them in plain sight, and disguising them as Tatars and adopting them into the local community.

    Based on an incredible true story, 87 Children celebrates the bravery of a single woman, and pays testament to the ingenuity and gall that allows us to survive in unlikeliest of circumstances.

    Watch the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/283363396

    Ukraine, 2017, 92 mins 

    Director: Akhtem Seitablaev

     Language: Russian (English subtitles)

    • 14 November 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Glen Iris - private home
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    Professor Frank Oberklaid OAM

    Technology and the First 1000 Days:
    A Joint NextGen/BrainFood Event

    Wednesday, 14 November 2018
    10-11:30 AM
    Glen Iris - private home
    (details provided on registration)

    Members $10, Non-members $15

    With 1 in 7 Primary aged children and 1 in 4 Secondary aged children experiencing mental health problems today, what can YOU do to improve your child’s mental well-being at different stages of their schooling?

    Professor Frank Oberklaid OAM, founding director of the Centre for Community Child Health at RCH Melbourne will explain how from the first 1000 days of a child’s life, right through to adolescence, technology is having an impact on our children’s brain development and mental-health.

    This will be the first joint event between the NCJWA Vic NextGen and BrainFood committees. We hope to see you there for this enlightening presentation!

    • 25 November 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Mr Sister Cafe 81 Waverley Rd, Malvern East VIC 3145


    Jamfest

    25th November 2018

    4pm - 6pm @ Mr Sister Cafe

    $10 ticket (including raffle entry)



    • 26 November 2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • The Eva Besen Centre, 131-133 Hawthorn Road, Caulfield North
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    Join us for the

    NCJWA (Vic) VOLUNTEER
    End of Year Celebration 2018

    Monday, 26 November 2018, 2-3 PM
    The Eva Besen Centre
    131-133 Hawthorn Road, Caulfield North

    please RSVP by 20 November for catering purposes - no charge!
    (This is an invitation-only event for our volunteers)
    • 09 December 2018
    • 7:30 PM

    Fanny Reading Human Rights Lecture

    Professor Neta Ziv

    Tel Aviv University

    Ultra Orthodox Feminism - an Oxymoron?

    The struggle of Israeli Haredi Women for political Participation

    Sunday 9 December 2018

    7:15pm for 7:30pm start

    Glen Eita City Council Theatrette

    Corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield 3162

    $15 Members / $20 Non-members

    Booking www.ncjwavic.org.au or call 9044 5401

    Prof. Neta Ziv is the academic director The Israel Affordable Housing Center and the Housing Community Law Clinic at Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law. Between 1999-2014 she was the director of the Clinical Legal Education Programs at the law school. Prof. Ziv teaches courses on Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Law and Social Change, Social Rights, Housing Rights, Poverty Law and the Rights of People with Disabilities. Prof. Ziv received her LL.B. from the Hebrew University Law Faculty in 1983, and her LL.M. from The American University in Washington, DC in 1986. After ten years of practicing as a public interest lawyer, she continued her studies and received her J.S.D. from Stanford Law School in 2001. She was one of the founders and chair of Bizchut – The Israel Human Rights Center for People with Disabilities, a board member of Itach-Ma'aki: Women Lawyers for Social Justice, the Vice President (Israel) of The New Israel Fund and a board member of the Dafna Fund.



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