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IVP NEWS
THE FLYING PENGUIN

Stories from returned volunteers, updates from the
IVP office and committee, a round-up of peace-related
activities and events from around the world,
and discussion and opinion articles on a range of topics
connected with the achievement of a peaceful global society.

The Flying Penguin

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Voices of Volunteers

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The Flying Penguin is our regular newsletter containing stories from returned volunteers, updates from the IVP office and committee, a round-up of peace-related activities and events from around the world, and discussion and opinion articles on a range of topics connected with the achievement of a peaceful global society. In past issues we have discussed what makes a successful workcamp, the challenges of volunteering in confl ict areas, and taking practical steps towards achieving the aims of the Service Civil International movement of being catalysts for change in a violent, inequitable world.

Your Contributions

We always need your news. As a member maybe you have been involved in some local actions promoting peace. As a volunteer you certainly have a unique story to tell of your experiences and personal path as a positive force against injustice, discrimination, isolation, environmental degradation or conflict. Please send us your stories (up to about 750 words) and photos – admin@ivp.org.au.

And please give us your feedback about the newsletter – what you enjoy reading, what you would like to see more of, etc.

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Rita attends SCI Tech meeting in Edinburgh.

Left to Right: Jacob, Rita, Morgane, Cliff, Paolo.
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A couple of days ago, after seven years in Papua New Guinea, Behrouz Boochani was free from the torment he has suffered under Australia’s abusive offshore immigration detention regime. He has been invited by Word Festival in Christchurch and will participate in an event here.

We hope he will find a safe place where he can finally resettle.🤞🏽🕊
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