7 OCT 2019

ANZSOG’s inaugural Indigenous Churchill Fellowship recipient has been announced as Alphonsus Shields, an Alice Springs-based Senior Constable and General Duties ...

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23 SEP 2019

115 visionary Australians will travel to countries around the world in 2020 as Churchill Fellowship recipients

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22 SEP 2019

Cara Peek of Western Australia and Jan Maggacis of Queensland have received the CSB sponsored Fellowships

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A Churchill Fellowship provides an opportunity for talented Australian Citizens to travel overseas to investigate inspiring practices that will benefit Australian communities.

The high regard globally for a Churchill Fellowship (the Churchill Trust was established in 1965 to honour the memory of Sir Winston Churchill the great world leader) provides a pathway for Fellows to access industry and community leaders from across the world, enabling the exchange of knowledge, technology and experience for the benefit of Australian Society.

It is important to realise that Churchill Fellows themselves are ordinary Australians with extraordinary abilities and aspirations. This could be you!

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The Churchill Trust acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

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key dates 
2019
  • 1 NOV 2019 TAS Government House Award Ceremony
  • 1 NOV 2019 NSW Government House Award Ceremony
  • 8 NOV 2019 QLD Government House Award Ceremony
  • 15 NOV 2019 SA Government House Award Ceremony
  • 21 NOV 2019 WA Government House Award Ceremony
  • 22 NOV 2019 VIC Government House Award Ceremony
  • 26 NOV 2019 NT Government House Award Ceremony
  • 2 DEC 2019 ACT Government House Award Ceremony
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