We live in the age of Brexit and the time of Trump. Around the globe, electoral politics are driven by rising tides of nationalism and isolationism. International relations are riven by border walls and travel bans. Yet, at the same time, tens of millions of people are moving across borders and migrating around the world. Some simply seek a better livelihood. Others desperately flee threats to their very lives. New Zealand itself is a migrant nation. From the earliest Māori voyagers to later Pākehā colonisers and beyond, Aotearoa is populated by settlers. Spend an hour with Julianne Hickey (Director of Caritas Aoteara New Zealand) as she reflects on global migration, Kiwi immigration policies, as well as the biblical obligation to welcome the stranger.
Julianne Hickey is Director of the Catholic social justice agency Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand. With degrees in economics and organisational psychology, she has a background in organisational and business management that includes government policy advice. Before joining Caritas, Julianne was an active volunteer for CAFOD—a Caritas organisation for England and Wales. She led the monitoring of the Zimbabwean Presidential elections for the Movement for Democratic Change. And she helped organise an inter-racial Catholic student organisation for South Africa.
You don’t want to miss this expert presentation on raising confident and resilient children. Sacred Heart Cathedral School has teamed up with Jenny Hale from The Parenting Place to bring you this practical and informed seminar. Jenny has over 20 years experience as a parenting coach and has appeared on TV One’s Good Morning and The Cafe.
Raising Happy, Confident and Resilient Children is a presentation for parents and caregivers who want to give their children the tools to navigate their path through pressure, recover from set backs and cope with stress.
Come along, enhance your parenting skills and support a great school in your community. All proceeds go directly to Sacred Heart Cathedral School, we’d love to have you join us!
Doors open at 7pm for refreshments before a 7.30pm start.
Parking is available in the grounds of Sacred Heart Cathedral School, Guildford Terrace.