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Sunday, June 9 • 10:45am - 11:45am
What makes a man a man - virtual mentoring of men

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‘What Makes a Man a Man’ is a multimedia virtual mentoring program for men, offering access to the struggles, successes and insights of 16 well-known Australian male public figures and providing an invaluable resource for men who have not had appropriate male mentors in their lives. The presentation will offer highlights from interviews, and personal reflections from panel members, and will provide the opportunity for attendees to reflect on their own encounters with mentors and their own potential to take on such a role.


Jack Goldberg

Jack has worked in many different social work contexts in Sydney and the UK. He was the first Director of Social Work at the Jewish Welfare Society in Sydney now called Jewish Care. After 28 years in business, Jack returned to Social Work joining a Child and Family Community Health team in Bathurst NSW for 3.5 years, providing a counselling service for children and families at risk. He was Chair of the Bathurst Domestic Violence Liaison Group... Read More →
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Jeffrey Kamins

Jeffrey Kamins, Senior Rabbi at Emanuel Synagogue, is affiliated with the Masorti (Conservative) movement and has helped develop Emanuel Synagogue as a pluralist synagogue, creating community and celebrating diversity. He serves on the Board of the Shalom Institute and is a rabbinic advisor to the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies and the Executive Council of Australian Jewry.
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Agi O'Hara

Agi O'Hara is a registered psychologist and a visiting lecturer in psychology for the Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Neonatology at the University of Sydney. Agi has over 20 years' experience working with individuals, couples and groups in her private practice in inner-western Sydney and providing clinical supervision to other professionals.

Robert Treborlang

Robert Treborlang has written fiction, non-fiction and drama. His plays include 'Daisy Chain Gang'(1973), 'Obsessive Behaviour in Small Spaces' (1977) and 'Fool's Gold' (with Ian Stocks, 1981). Robert is well known for his satirical work How to Survive Australia. He has also written for film, radio and television. A speaker of eight languages, Robert has travelled widely. He is currently doing field research for his next book, “How to leave... Read More →

Sunday June 9, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Scientia Building Farrell Room

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