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Launch of the pro-bono service

Launch of the pro-bono service

Main Speaker: Mick Pearce, architect of CH2

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Thursday August 24th


  • Mick Pearce, architect of CH2 will launch the pro bono program
  • Marko Misko, Clayton Utz Lawyers: pro bono work in the legal professions
  • Natalie Moxham, Friends of Baucau - Timor Leste Project Officer: launch of new project in Baucau

Location: CH2 (Council House 2), Melbourne CBD.Thanks to City of Melbourne for their support in facilitating this space, 6:30pm

Entry: free to all arch-peace paid members (please verify your membership status before RSVP)

For more information about the evening program click here

Click to see photos here! ... more coming soon...


Beatriz Maturana said...

On August 24th, Architects For Peace successfully launched the pro bono service in the newly opened Council House 2 in Melbourne on August 24. The launch provided us with the opportunity to introduce our organization to other professionals of the built environment as well as community groups and non-profit organizations. It was also a great and well deserved social gathering.

We had three wonderful speakers who spoke with passion about their professional work and experience with pro bono projects. These speakers included Mike Pearce, the architect of the Council House 2, Marko Misko from Clayton Utz Lawyers who have supported Architects for Peace’s pro bono by offering their own free legal services and Natalie Moxham from Friends of Baucau who launched a new project in Timor Leste.

The night included a slide show of work related to Architects for Peace and pro bono projects, music and delicious traditional finger food prepared by Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and the Collingwood Housing Estate. We also had beer kindly donated by Fish Rock Brewery. Architects for Peace opera singer, Rachel Sztanski performed two stunning arias on the night.

Find more about this fantastic night! See the photos and write your comments

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