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    2017 VCAL Program – Enrol Now!

    The River Nile addresses the unique education needs of young refugee and asylum seeker women. Our VCAL (Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning) Programs are designed for students having difficulties with the literacy and numeracy demands of a large school setting or who have disengaged from mainstream school. Our highly experienced, EAL (English as an Additional […]

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    Please Donate – EOFY Tax Time Donations

    People from all walks of life and a wide variety of organisations share our passion to bring positive change through education. With 30 June fast approaching, we take this opportunity to encourage people to consider an EOFY tax time donation to support our work. We appreciate any level of donation, every dollar helps. RNLC is […]

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    Refugee Week Lunch – 21 June Everyone Welcome

    RNLC Lunch

    To celebrate the positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society, we’ll be holding a small celebratory lunch in recognition of Refugee Week at the River Nile Learning Centre on Thursday 19 June, 12.15 for a 12.30 pm start. Volunteers, donors and Friends of River Nile are most welcome – and feel free to bring […]

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    Donor tours

    RNLC LMCF Donor Tour 1

    It was wonderful to have a Melbourne Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation donor tour visit us on 14 April to learn about our work empowering young refugee and asylum seeker women through education. We welcome donor visits throughout the school year – late morning suits us best for visits, but of course we have some flexibility. […]

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    Cultural Diversity Week Excursion

    RNLC Excursion to Birrarung Marr for Cultural Diversity Week

    To celebrate our rich cultural, linguistic and religious diversity, in recognition of Cultural Diversity week, a group of RNLC refugee and asylum seeker students enjoyed an excursion to Birrarung Marr. Cultural Diversity Week brings together Victorians from all walks of life to promote community harmony and celebrate the many cultures that make our state so […]

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