Special guest Paul Madden, Chief Executive of The Wyatt Trust, will launch Cycle of Learning, by Anne Fitzpatrick, on Sunday 12 April in Adelaide, South Australia. The event will be MC'd by Dr Samantha Schulz, Lecturer at Flinders University.
|Date:||Sunday, 12 April 2015|
|Time:||3.00 for 3.30 pm (until 5 pm)|
||St Stephens Lutheran Church Hall, 152 Wakefield Street, Adelaide SA|
|Cost:||Free but bookings needed for catering purposes.|
Anne on 0423 192 241 or Colleen on 08 8362 8355.
The book will be on sale at the launch for the special launch price of $30 incl. GST. To guarantee your copy, you can pre-order the book now for pick up at the launch (no delivery fee). Click here to buy now.
Mr Paul Madden, Chief Executive, The Wyatt Trust. Mr Madden has a strong interest and involvement in community development, both in Australia and abroad, and his current appointments include being Chief Executive of The Wyatt Trust, Chairman of World Relief Australia and Chairman of the Social Impact Investment Network SA.
Dr Samantha Schulz, Lecturer, Flinders University. Dr Schulz is a lecturer in the sociology of education with research interests including, critical race and whiteness studies, cultural studies, qualitative research methodologies, voluntourism, neoliberalism, super-wealth, and privilege.
Ms Anne Fitzpatrick, author. Anne Fitzpatrick was born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia, near the cycle paths of the River Torrens Linear Park. She has lived, worked and travelled in various parts of Australia, Asia and Africa. Anne currently lives in Albury, New South Wales, and works in international development.
Cycle of Learning is a a funny and inspiring true story about Anne Fitzpatrick's solo cycle around Australia to raise funds for young people's education in rural India. Anne tells how she came to embark on her journey, the trials and tribulations and the people she met along the way. Anne also shares the stories of the people of Kodaikanal, as children when she first met them and as young adults when she returns nearly ten years later. Read more.
40% of royalties earned on all sales of this book will be donated to community development projects.
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