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Armenian Genocide Photo Exib

Memorial Reflection for All The Victims of Genocide
and Genocidal Acts

Sunday 7th December 2014 from 11:00am

Ray Brahman Gardens St Georges Road, Preston

Followed by Lunch & Discussion Forum

1-5pm Darebin Intercultural Centre 59A Roseberry Ave, Preston

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Armenian Genocide Photo Exib

Conversation Session with Darebin Community members speaking
of their experiences:

Saturday 1st November 2014 from 2-5pm

Darebin Intercultural Centre
59A Roseberry Ave, Preston.
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Armenian Genocide Photo Exib

Asia Minor Greek Historical Society Inc

Friday, 19th of September 2014 - 7:30pm

The Christian Asia Minor Holocaust: A Brief Overview
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Armenian Genocide Photo Exib

Remembrance Day - National Pilgrimage & Wreath Laying

Sunday, 4th of November 2012 - 10am & 12:30pm

“Return To Anatolia and the Australian ex-servicemen's Association Inc iNational pilgrimage and wreath laying at Ballarat Victoria...
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Armenian Genocide Photo Exib

REFUGEE RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST at Dandenong Library

Launch, 19th of August 2012 - 1pm

Focused on photographic documentation of the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide and the Near East Relief.

Photographic Exhibition....(will be at Library until end of September)
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Armenian Genocide Photo Exib

GREEK Cultural Night at Mill Park Library

Monday, 19th of March 2012 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Presented by Return to Anatolia's sub branch Hellenes of the Diaspora.
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Armenian Genocide Photo Exib

Remembrance Day - National Pilgrimage & Wreath Laying

Saturday, 6th of November 2011 - 10am - 1pm

“Return To Anatolia and the Greek Federal Organisation of ex-servicemen's reserve of Greece in Australia National pilgrimage and wreath laying at Ballarat Victoria...
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Armenian Genocide Photo Exib

Refugee Relief in the Near East

Saturday, 1st of October 2011 - 1pm - 2:30pm

“Return To Anatolia and Yarra Plenty Regional Library
Invite you to the launch of the "Refugee Relief in the Near East"
Photographic Exhibition
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Light in the Darkness

Saturday, 7th of August 2011 - 2pm

Return to Anatolaia & the Jewish Holocaust Centre, in cooperation with child survivors of the holocaust proudly present a public talk by Dr Panayiotis Diamadis ...
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Sydney, 15 May 2011:

In a landmark resolution adopted by the National Women’s Labor Conference in Brisbane,Queensland last weekend, delegates resolved to ‘recognise the genocides of the Armenians, Hellenes and Assyrians from 1915 to 1923 is one of the greatest crimes against humanity’.

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Honouring Australian Women in WWI & WWII

Saturday, 28th of May 2011 - 2pm

Return to Anatolaia in co-operation with the Whittlsea Womens Matter 2, present a public talk by Dr Panayiotis Diamadis ...
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Exhibition -PERSISTENCE & EXISTANCE

Saturday, 26th of March 2011

The public exhibition and talk by Nicholas Al-Jeloo will be an account of Assyrian life in modern Middle East. The exhibition focuses on Assyrian social- cultural, ancient and medieval history in the Middle East with an emphasis on modern issues of the 20th and 21st centuries...
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Conference -Through Australian Eyes

Saturday, 5th of June 2010

The Fourth annual RETURN TO ANATOLIA Conference on Saturday, the 5th of June 2010 at the Brunswick Town Hall, Melbourne. This year's conference is dedicated to the events that unfolded in Anatolia Through Australian Eyes.....
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Melbourne - Thessaloniki Sister City

Sunday, 22nd of November 2009

The Annual Sister-Cities Festival is on at Federation Square in Melbourne. More than 40000 people attend each year. Government representatives from Melbourne Victoria and Thessaloniki Macedonia will be present. Many dancing groups, food stalls, arts and crafts, giveaways, music and entertainment.

 

Macedonian Walkabout

Sunday, 1st of November 2009

Through this fully illustrated presentation, historian Dr Panayiotis Diamadis will look at the history and culture of Macedonia through the eyes of Australians who have travelled there over the last century. Some were soldiers, sent to the northern frontier of Hellas to defend democracy against Nazi tyranny. Others came over into Macedonia because of the overwhelming need, created by the Hellenic Genocide of 1914-1924...
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The Forgotton Anzacs

Saturday, 19th of July 2009

The presentation is designed as an overview of Australian
involvement in the Near East during World War I and the Inter-War Period. This involvement may be divided into two broad spheres: military and philanthropic.

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Conference - The Endurance of Children

Saturday, 13th of June 2009

The Third annual RETURN TO ANATOLIA Conference on Saturday, the 13th of June 2009 at the Jika International Hotel in Fairfield, Melbourne. This year's conference is dedicated to The Endurance of Children: Victims, survivors, guardians of hope.

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ANATOLIA – Land of Culture, Land of Refuge

Mill Park Library, 21st March 2009

The public history exhibition was a synthesis of multimedia,
black-and-white as well as colour photographs of the Assyrian, Armenian and Pontic Greek people whose origins are from Anatolia. Exhibition was on through till the end of April 2009.

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The Silk Road: From China to Anatolia

Saturday, 31st January 2009

The Silk Road is a series of trade and cultural transmission routes that were central to cultural interaction through regions of the Asian continent connecting East and West by linking traders, merchants, pilgrims, monks, soldiers, nomads and urban dwellers from China to the Mediterranean Sea during various periods of time. At the Whittlesea Chinese Association's New Year festivities in Lalor, Victoria
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MACEDONIA – Land of Culture, Land of Refuge

Fitzroy Library, 12th November 2008

a public history exhibition of black-and-white as well as colour photographs, posters, rare books and magazines. It has two main focal points: the diverse cultures that have thrived in Macedonia since time immemorial; and the refuge the Macedonian lands have provided to hundreds of thousands of people fleeing persecution over the centuries.

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Conference - The Women of Anatolia

Saturday, 3rd MAY 2008

The second annual RETURN TO ANATOLIA Conference began on Friday, 2 May 2008 at the Jika International Hotel in Fairfield, Melbourne. The function took place in the presence of politicians, academics, sponsors and members of the Hellenic, Assyrian and Armenian communities. This year's conference was dedicated to The Women of Anatolia: Tradition, Memory, Family.
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MANY THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS & SPONSORS:

Victorian Multicultural Commission
• JNS Plumbing
• Melissa Cakes

Black Swan Dips
Omiros College

Jenny Mikakos MP,
Fiona Richardson MP &
Peter Batchelor MP.