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North Melbourne Language and Learning Consultation Evening

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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
18 October 2018

North Melbourne Language and Learning are holding a consultation for men from migrant/refugee/asylum seeker backgrounds in the innernorth of Melbourne.

The consultation will take place on Wednesday 24 October from 6pm – 8.30pm. Dinner will be provided from 6pm – 6.30pm for participants.

The focus of this consultation is to invite men from the local community to start to talk with NMLL regarding what their needs and aspirations are and how NMLL can work with the men in the community to address these needs and support them to achieve their aspirations.

At NMLL there is currently greater participation from women in the community in our training programs and community initiatives than there are men.

NMLL would like to hear from the men in the community to see how we can change this imbalance and especially if the men in the community are keen to work with us on priority issues that impact on them.

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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
18 October 2018
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