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Past Events

A Trust Workshop – 10th March

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Grill’d Local Matters

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The Year that was 2016

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Lynette was nominated! Congratulations

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Enough is Enough’s 2016 Annual General Meeting

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6/12 – Eastern Philosophy & Meditation class

You are invited to our Eastern Philosophy & Meditation class, contact us for information.

LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE.

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20/11 – Cook Community Classic Carnival

Come join the fun at the CCC at Cronulla Beach on the 20th of November, there will be plenty of activities to do on the beach and park also including family fun activities!!
There will also be an opportunity to have a meet and greet with the Cronulla Sharks!!

1st Show – 10am – 11am
2nd Show – 12.30pm – 1.30pm
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25/11 – White Ribbon walk

You are invited!! click the link for more information!
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If you would like to volunteer to help the set-up for the walk please contact us at (02) 9542 4029 or via email.

Family Law Night

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Road trauma victims remembrance day

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Enough is Enough Anti Violence Movement Inc. would like to formally invite you to the World Health rganisation’s World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. To be held at the Enough is Enough Peaceful Place at the Woronora Memorial Gardens on the 20th of November 2016, commencing at 10am.
It will be a short non-denominational service to honour those that have been affected by road trauma and those who work towards servicing the needs of those affected. The service will be attended by local dignitaries, and concerned citizens wanting to pay their respects.
Your attendance would be appreciated as we show concern for this tragic issue in our society.

Please confirm your attendance by calling 9542 4029 before the 2nd of November for catering purposes as light refreshments will be served.

CREATIVE PATHS TO HEALING – ART THERAPY PROGRAM

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No artistic ability or special skills are necessary to benefit from this program

The Creative Paths to Healing program is an art therapy support program for people who have been victims of crime. Being a victim of crime, such as domestic violence or assault, is a very traumatic experience. This art therapy program is designed to help victims of crime to explore relevant issues relating to trauma, grief and loss, and feelings of stress, anxiety, anger and injustice. Participants have the opportunity to explore new ways to express, contain and transform difficult post-traumatic experiences, using creative arts activities as a method of processing and finding alternative modes of self-expression.

Facilitator:  Hayley Froggatt – Arts Therapist & Counsellor


Sutherland Police Youth Expo

The Michael Marslew Peace Foundation are working with Sutherland Local Area Command to promote the services Enough is Enough can offer to young people in the Shire for a better and brighter future. The event will be on  Monday 11 April 2016 at Cooper Street Park, Engadine between 10am and 2pm. We’d love to see all your shining faces on the day!

Like and follow us on Instagram to go into the draw to win a Billabong Prize Pack!

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 Sutherland Shire Harmony Day

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‘Inclusion NOT Exclusion’ promoted In Engadine by ‘Enough is enough’ and Sutherland Shire Council

An exciting celebration of unity and harmony occurred at Engadine on Wednesday 23rd March, hosted by Mayor Carmelo Pesce and Enough is Enough Anti Violence Movement. Community members actively participated in the design and development of creative projects, including ‘the Magic Bunyip show’ led by artist Philip Aspden and ‘Strength Bracelets’ coordinated by Hayley Froggatt (leading art therapist- Enough is Enough). Representatives from diverse cultural backgrounds collaboratively devised artistic projects and were further inspired by the personal experiences shared by Mayor Carmelo Pesce in regards to his own family’s cultural diversity and their triumph through adversity that eventuated in great successes, including Mayor Pesce’s father, Tony, who is still the Shire’s most sought after Barber in Caringbah after 47 yeaers.

Ken Marslew (CEO Enough is Enough) lead the proceedings for this exciting afternoon and contributed his own family’s cultural experiences finding strength in diversity. Participants then proceeded to Engadine Community Hall to view the Colourfest film screening of short films that showcased the successes and challenges faced by migrant communities in the Australia and the world.

Representatives from diverse groups in the Shire came together to also share challenges and opportunities including; Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation, Gymea Community Aid and Information Service, Enough is Enough Anti Violence Movement, the Sutherland Shire Amnesty International group and the Inner South-West Community Development Organisation

For further information regarding workshops, seminars and support services please contact Enough is enough Sutherland on 95424029 or email team@enoughisenough.org.au

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Enough is Enough’s 20th Anniversary Celebration Luncheon

Thursday 20th August 2015 – Sharkies Leagues Club

YES, we made it – 20 YEARS!!

What a great lot of presenters who spoke about their part of the journey with Ken and Enough is Enough:

  • MC Ben Fordham – met Ken as a cadet journalist and went into prison to make a TV documentary.
  • Simon Bouda – Ch 9 crime reporter, who met Ken the night Michael was murdered.
  • Gordon Bradbery –  read the sermon at Michael’s funeral.
  • Ray Martin – has followed Ken’s journey for many years.
  • Brendon Dorff – Michael’s best friend from school.
  • Ken Marslew – CEO & founder.
  • Scott Gibbons “Mr Sold”- long time supporter and patron of Enough is Enough and Ken.
  • Darryl Brohman – The Big Marn with a big heart, supporter of Enough is Enough.
  • Many thanks also to Nick Kaldas, Deputy Commissioner of NSW Police for his ongoing support.

What a wonderful group of guests that attended, and helped to fill the room with positives!

And many thanks to the staff and volunteers at Enough is Enough for their amazing efforts.

Thank you all again,

Ken Marslew, CEO & Founder

Someone overheard Ken say – “What a hell of a journey. Parts of it have been dark, parts of it interesting, parts very rewarding. I have loved every moment of the journey…and yet it is a journey no father wants to take.” 

 

 

 

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