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Telstra fined $50 million over unconscionable treatment of Indigenous phone plan customers

Thursday 13 May, 2021

The Federal Court has ordered Telstra to pay a penalty of $50 million plus costs for its treatment of Indigenous customers in rural and remote parts of Australia. O’Sullivan Centre Board Member, Peter Gartlan working with the Financial Counselling Australia (FCA), which submitted nearly 100 cases from remote parts of Australia to the ACCC, said:… Read more …

Addressing Organisational White Privilege

Saturday 02 November, 2019

The following article is by John Bonnice, Chair of the O’Sullivan Centre Board. John is also Co-Chair of the Bendigo Reconciliation Committee and is a facilitator of forums on organisational white privilege, cultural self-reflection sessions and Conversation Circles During Reconciliation Week in May 2018, the Bendigo Reconciliation Committee organised a range of Conversation Circles with… Read more …

Cross cultural learning exchange between young people in Adelaide and Timor-Leste

Saturday 02 November, 2019

During the past three years 10 young people from Timor-Leste have travelled to South Australia to speak with young people in three Secondary Catholic Schools in Adelaide.  Perhaps the most significant aspect of this project was that young people in Adelaide heard face-to-face about the lives of the young people in Timor-Leste. Elga explained that the… Read more …

O’Sullivan Centre workshop at Financial Counselling Australia Conference

Saturday 23 February, 2019

The O’Sullivan Centre was invited to deliver a workshop at the recent Financial Counselling Australia national conference held in Hobart in May 2018. The conference organisers were seeking a workshop that focused on work preparation and the role that financial counsellors could play in supporting employment outcomes for the people they supported. In the Conference program… Read more …

Four young Timorese visit Adelaide, SA in May 2018

Thursday 21 June, 2018

When Alberto goes home to visit his family in a remote part of Timor-Leste his family kills a chicken to celebrate with him. During his childhood his family did not have sufficient food to eat and his two younger siblings died. With assistance from Alberto’s grandparents, his father started a garden, and eventually after the… Read more …

Remembering Denis Sheehan

Wednesday 07 February, 2018

The O’Sullivan Centre is deeply saddened at the death of Denis Sheehan, our friend and colleague over many years. Denis was Chaplain to the Melbourne and Australian Young Christian Workers Movement in the 1980s and 1990s and worked with the O’Sullivan Centre in his later years. He was a gentle and encouraging man who inspired… Read more …

John Bonnice, Chair of the O’Sullivan Centre talking about Hugh O’Sullivan

Sunday 17 December, 2017

John Bonnice, spoke at the Cardijn Symposium in Melbourne in mid-2017 about the influence that Hugh O’Sullivan had on the lives of so many. He spoke about the application of the way Hugh worked to our current work in Community Services.

Remembering Hugh O’Sullivan

Sunday 17 December, 2017

May 18, 2017 marked 20 years since the passing of Hugh O’Sullivan, our dear friend and colleague. To celebrate Hugh’s life and to commemorate his anniversary, The O’Sullivan Centre invited people who knew and worked with Hugh to put pen to paper and write down their memories and stories of Hugh.

Young women from Timor-Leste talk to St Aloysius College students, Adelaide

Sunday 17 December, 2017

Two young women from Timor-Leste travelled to Adelaide to share their experience with students from St Aloysius College earlier this year. Students at the secondary college learnt about various religious, cultural, educational, social, economic and personal aspects of the lives of Leonisia Guterres Belo (Monik) and Safira Esperance da Cruz Cavalho. Monik and Safira also… Read more …

Peer Education Programme: Relationship Violence No Way

Sunday 17 December, 2017

By Judy O’Sullivan The Relationship Violence No Way Programme is an ongoing service funded and run by the South Australian Health Department through Southern Primary Health Marion Youth. I work as the coordinator for this programme which employs 20 young people on a casual basis to develop and deliver workshops in local high schools on… Read more …

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The O’Sullivan Centre seeks donations and funding to develop resources that enhance the social and economic participation of people who are disadvantaged in the labour market. In Timor-Leste we support health, employment and community education projects that are initiated by young people aged 18-24 through their new organisation Juventude ba Dezenvolvimentu Nasional (JDN). One-off donations as well as monthly contributions can be made using PayPal