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A series of discussions about how we can assure a secure and peaceful Australasia for all – ANZAC DAY WEEKEND 2022

The Anzac Long Weekend discussions on peace and the alternatives to war went very well.

Click HERE for recordings of the event.



IVPโ€™s Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday 28 May from 2:00pm to 4:00pm (AEST) via Google Meet. Please email Rita on rita.warleigh@gmail.com with questions or if youโ€™d like to attend.
Please consider nominating for the committee or volunteering in any role. Visit our website www.ivp.org.au/ for more info.

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The 17th General Assembly of NVDA @nvdaasia will take place from 2 June โ€“ 5 June 2022 in Thailand and via Zoom.

IVP members interested in attending the meeting are asked to please contact IVP's Rita Warleigh at: rita.warleigh@gmail.com

The General Assembly is the NVDA's annual meeting that aims to:
- Evaluate the IVS movement in Asia, the members' activities and NVDA itself for the year 2021-22;
- Create the common revival actions and cooperation for the year 2022-23; and
- Empower the IVS movement and its key players by sharing and strengthening the solidarity.

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What makes volunteering with us so special?

We see volunteering as a way of achieving social change.

Bringing people from around the world together to do something practical and learn about each other is a great start. As an IVP volunteer you should be ready to ask and be asked; to question and explain your values and those of your society; to share information and to teach and be taught.

Our activities encourage understanding, promote discussion and an appreciation of the problems that different communities face in their struggles for social justice and environmental harmony.







Volunteer Stories

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Olivier Lozano and Ysabeau Rycx took a year out from their jobs in France to volunteer in workcamps in Australia and Africa. Their two weeks spent on a workcamp at Shalom College in Townsville opened their eyes and their hearts…


How Can I Help

Thank you for your interest in IVP. There are so many ways you can help. We are a community of ordinary people making a real difference. Not only do we help others, that sense of accomplishment you feel from volunteering is simply indescribable.


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