Enough is Enough Anti Violence Movement will be holding a Celebrity Luncheon.
“The Power of Positive Intention” on the 20th September, guests will include Ray Martin 60 minutes, Ben Fordham Channel 9/2GB, Amelia Adams Channel 9. This event is to raise much needed funds to allow Enough is Enough to continue their proven work with students and community across NSW.
Enough is Enough is coming up to it’s 20th year, next year and we would like to be around for at least another 20 years and we need your support to continue.
Please display the attached flyer and promote to your business associate and friends.
if you require any further information please call 95424029.
Please find the flyer here Celebrity Luncheon 2013
Enough is Enough would like to invite studentsn and teachers to attend the ‘Journey Toward Justice’ legal studies seminar. The seminar is now an annual event on our calender with positive comments by teachers as well as students on the material presented.
It is an invaluable tool for all Legal Studies students within your school,and a day not to bge missed. They will learn how the NSW legal system works through the eyes of the professioanls, contrasted with the contradiction of that system presented by those who have experienced some of the consequences.
The information offered by an array of presenters is curriculum alighned as well as being a wealth of information through real life experinces. The guest speakers include but are not limited to Police, Attorney General, Solicitors, Public Defenders and Radio personalities, victims and ex-offenders of crime.
Please register your interest by calling Enough is Enough on 95424029
**_When: Wednesday 16th October 2013 -Where: NSW Parliament House, Macquarie Street Sydney -Cost: $20.00 per Student **
Our Country Our Culture seminar was held at Parliament House Sydney on Wednesday 22nd of May. The day was well received by approximately 153 stuydents and 20 supervisors.
Students were frpm Schools across greater Sydney, public and private. Youth off the streets and other community agencies were amongst the audience. Our speakers were of various ages and standings in the community including Linda Burney the first Indigenous woman to become a Memebr of Parliament and Chamaine Ingram Indigenous reporter from ABC 7.30 report. We had a mixture of young and old with the presenters which saw the attendees connect with all the speakers. The life stories presented were emotional and very inspirational for all present. I would like to invite the board of managment to attend the next Our Country Our Culture seminar in 2014 so you can witness a very worthwhile event.
Support was sort from numerous local services for donations ofd fruit, muesli bars and juices.
Our upcoming presentation Journey Toward Justice in October 2013 will be organised in a similar manner to insure the outcome will see a profit.
Please find the attachment which is a schaduel for the programme 2013 and a short bio of some speakers, although these bio only slightly touch on the inspirational lives these people have lived showing true resilience to countinue to achieve despite horrific and devastating obstacles that would see many giving up to negative influence.
Thank you to all our wonderful speakers and everyone who attended our The Age of Rage Positive Solutions 2012 Conference! It was a very moving, informative and memorable conference.
Watch our online videos
The Government’s role in reducing violence:
Breaking the cycle of violence - Today’s challenges:
Creating Positive Ripples on Dark Issues:
Congratulations! Enough is Enough has won the 2012 Australian Achiever Award for NSW’s Employment, Training & Consultancy Services category.
Enough is Enough achieved a 96.35% score for customer relations and service. This is an excellent result and shows that Ken Marslew and EIE staff are putting maximum effort into a quality customer service strategy.
Enough is Enough has appointed a Gay and Lesbian Family Group Coordinator as a result of increased enquiry from the community. We are in the process of developing a service directory to assist this community group.
Should we be in a position to assist any family with issues or should you wish to be included on the service directory, please contact us on 02 9542 4029 or visit our webpage.
We have a new family joining Enough is Enough. Father Damien Sheridan, a cyber bullying specialist and his sons Zak & Kory. Zak and Kory highlighted the need for young people to say no to bullying during the recent “Say No to Bullying and Violence” week – read article.
Damien will be working with us to develop several Anti Bullying Apps and a presentation for young people on the issues associated with irresponsible Social Network use - “Key Board Warriors”.
Even with our funding cut Enough is Enough strives to be at the cutting edge for strategies in helping young people cope with life’s challenges today. Our staff underwent Resilience Training with Simon Andrews from OK Kids to assist them in our school programs, counselling and Juvenille Justice Programs.
Simon has been working with children, building resilience for the past ten years and was a major contibutor to the Positive Solutions Bullying Resilience Program we run in schools today. All our programs for youth are based on positive psychology and have resilience building techniques throughout.
Simon will be sharing his insights and experiences at Enough is Enough’s Age of Rage-Positive Solutions Conference on 19-20 June 2012. Please watch on Youtube.
Watch our new video from the Feb 22,2012 . Ken Marslew, CEO of Enough is Enough is talking about benefits and positive outcomes of Enough is Enough Peacemaker Project and Anti Bullying Programs for schools| Channel 9 Interview with Kevin Wilde.
Ken Marslew’s response to the NSW Government funding cuts to the valuable Enough is Enough Peacemaker and Juvenile Justice Programs.
February 08, 2012 | Channel Nine News: Bullying victims have one less avenue of support after funding for an anti-violence campaign was pulled by the NSW government. Nine News online video.