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Posted in community, fremantle, movie by freoview on October 18, 2016

You’re invited to attend Professionals Australia’s Young Professional Committee’s exclusive screening of Sheena Ong’s The Humanitarian Engineer – a film which celebrates the human impact of engineering.

This is a fundraising event with all proceeds to be donated to Engineers Without Borders and APHEDA. This event is hosted by Professionals Australia’s WA YP Committee in support of Sheena Ong; writer, director and producer of The Humanitarian Engineer.

The Humanitarian Engineer is a documentary investigating the role engineers play in Humanitarian efforts, such as designing Cochlear Implants and wheelchairs to providing safe water systems in developing countries.

DATE: 19th October 2016
TIME: 6pm opening with a 6.30pm start
VENUE: The University of Notre Dame, Fremantle Campus
ND4 Tannock Hall of Education. Corner of Croke Street and Cliff Street.
(click here for campus map)
COST: $5 for Professional Australia Members and $15 for non-members

There will also be a guest speaker from APHEDA discussing its role in the Social Justice movement and current international campaigns. APHEDA is the Australian Union Movement’s Global Justice Organisation. APHEDA helps build powerful movements of organised people, from the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa to the movement in support of independence for East Timor.

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  1. Ed said, on October 18, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    Hi Roel,

    Thanks for promoting our event!

    If anyone is interested please buy tickets at the following link:

    Kind Regards,

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