Dates September 2016
This is an exploratory tour of East Timor with a focus on re-building relationships with communities and investigating opportunities for future tours involving school students in collaborative programs. If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, please contact us. Click through to download the itinerary today.
14-28th Oct 2016
Mannar (Donkeytown) in Sri Lanka is renown for its Hindu temples, mosques and churches. We have been working with this remarkable developing community for some years now. This two week journey of history, faith and culture will be about furthering the close relationships we have in the community of Mannar.
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22 Oct - 5 Nov 2016
In October a group of people will be travelling to Burma Myanmar. This is an exploratory tour exploring how to help build long term relationships between Australia and Myanmar. Focussed on developing friendships, partnerships and strong relationships with communities, this journey will suit people with adventurous, enquiring minds.
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Unlike anything you've seen before, India's smallest state Goa has amazing Portuguese heritage and coastline stretching along the Arabian Sea. In January, a group of people will be travelling to western India to join the International Asset Based Community Development Conference. This is an amazing opportunity to meet with others also interested in strength focussed, place based and community driven development.
Post conference options will include the chance to share with projects and communities applying these principals.
If you still can't decide on where to travel in 2017 - then join us on this amazing tour.
This is a 12 day tour in the north of India commencing in New Delhi and including visits to a number of small village field offices. The program includes visits with mobile clinics and to individual homes to see the Socio Economic Development Program at work. The tour is being hosted by Bishop Samantaroy and will also incorporate travel to some major attractions, including the Golden Temple (Sikh) and Jalianwala Bagh at Amristar and the Taj Mahal in Agra.
A unique history and development tour to Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos that has been developed by Barbara Jackson.
Cambodia has been a passion for Barbara since she first went there in 1992. After reading and researching the history of the region Barbara had enough material for an 8 week course that she has been able to present at U3A – twice! Following encouragement from many of her students Barbara's course has become an 18 day tour of Cambodia, South Vietnam and Laos
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