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Archive of November 2008

Strong families help fight dysfunction.

Fri 7th November 2008:

Maxim Institute Lecture: Breakthrough New Zealand? On Monday 3 November in Auckland, UK family policy expert Dr Samantha Callan delivered a lecture for Maxim Institute about why tackling family breakdown is an important social justice issue. “I want to talk about what we’re doing in Britain to tackle family breakdown. I’m a long way from […]

International Men’s Day

Wed 5th November 2008:

International Men’s Day is an international holiday, celebrated on the first Saturday of November. It was suggested by Mikhail Gorbachev and was supported by the United Nations in Vienna, and other organisations[1]. The tradition began in 1999, probably by analogy to International Women’s Day. Recognition and support of the day is limited; in Malta it […]

Movember Parties

A spectacular, spectacular where… Mo Bros, dressed to suit their Mos will be judged by an expert panel for their chance to be crowned the Gala Parté Man of Movember or Best Mo in Class. Mo Sistas, dressed to suit their Mo Bro or fancy dress will also be judged, with one Sista crowned Miss […]

Co Counselling

Co-counselling is a personal development system that confronts limiting behaviour at its deepest level. Working in peer relationships with others it enables us to heal hurts from the past, build on our present strengths, and live into emerging potentials. Learning to co-counsel means learning a series of simple techniques that allows us to work with […]

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