The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (Eye and Ear) today launched the Gandel Foundation Balance Disorders Diagnostics – an area dedicated to a new balance disorder diagnostic and management system.
A partnership between the City of Whittlesea, Hands on Learning and a three year funding package led by Gandel Foundation and the Ian Potter Foundation has made it possible for the three local schools to introduce the innovative education program and support the different ways young people learn and engage at school.
Over 1500 students from around Victoria have already benefited from a Gandel Foundation education grant to Bendigo Art Gallery, enabling them to visit The Body Beautiful in Ancient Greece exhibition.
Arts Project Australia has curated over 500 artworks for the 2014 Melbourne Art Fair, and visitors will have the chance to view significant collections of the artists’ most recent works. Artwork includes paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, 3D, soft sculptures, and video art.
Arts West is an unique model of nine arts organisations in Melbourne’s west sharing various activities with the aim of collectively raising their profile, building audiences and expanding commercial opportunities. Arts West is the only cooperative arts marketing body of its type in the nation.
One of the world’s leading authorities on international affairs, Ambassador John Bolton, will deliver the 31st ADC Gandel Oration on the topic of Global Security Threats: The challenges ahead, offering an unparalleled and unique perspective on world events and the biggest threats facing western democracies today.
Women with disabilities experience violence to a higher degree and for longer than women in the general population, with stereotypes of disability contributing to this preventable violence. These are among the key findings of a research project, Voices Against Violence, launched by Natasha Stott Despoja AM, Ambassador for Women and Girls and Chair, Foundation to Prevent Violence against Women and their Children.
The RDNS Homeless Persons’ Program (HPP) – a dedicated service where specialist community nurses provide health care and support to people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness throughout Melbourne – is commencing a three-year trial of the service for the Frankston region.