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  • Welcome to our 2018 Annual Review, Brien Holden Vision Institute, Public Health. Our public health work is 20 years old this year in 2018. Professor Brien Holden launched the International Centre for Eyecare Education (ICEE) in 1998 with a courageous goal to make eye care accessible to everyone, everywhere. We’ve come a long way in the last two decades and 2018’s outcomes highlight some of the strategic themes that have driven our work since inception.

  • Keeping Children Safe

    Keeping Children Safe, 2017

    Take this online self-audit to determine your organisations strengths and weaknesses in keeping children safe. By completing this short online self-audit you can measure how far (or near) your organisation is from meeting standards on making children safe and where you need to improve.Every organisation needs to think about the implications of their work and make sure they are not putting children at risk of abuse.

  • This Paper reports on an action learning project undertaken by the Sexual Rights in Development Community of Practice in recognition of the challenges and possibilities that this acknowledgment might present for ACFID members.

  • Fundamental to the operation of AVI is respect for the dignity and basic human rights of people within Australia and throughout the world. Every person who represents AVI is expected to reflect these values in their professional conduct, regardless of who they are dealing with, or where they are working.