One woman is killed every week in Australia by a current or former partner. Furthermore, one in three women report experiencing physical or sexual violence in their life. The statistics are shocking—it's time to take a stand.
As the unprecedented Ebola outbreak in West Africa worsens, leaders of Australian humanitarian agencies, including the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia have issued a joint call to action for the Australian government.
Since the tragic Black Saturday Bushfires of February 2009, ADRA Australia has been active in seeking out an agreement with local government to provide support, in a formal capacity, to Victorians in times of emergency.
ADRA Australia has formally expressed concern regarding changes to Australia’s overseas aid and development assistance program as part of a recent submission to a federal senate inquiry dealing with the issue.
As victims of the Perth hills’ bushfires begin returning to investigate the damage, volunteers from the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia are working to secure emergency accommodation for evacuees.
There’s a TV series that has enjoyed popularity over the last couple of years called Downton Abbey. What I think is particularly interesting is the exploration of the relationships between the aristocracy and the servants.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) International Board of Directors has elected Jonathan Duffy, current country director of ADRA Australia, to serve as president of 28-year-old humanitarian agency.