Warrnambool Social Justice Group to meet to discuss its future

A meeting about the future of the Warrnambool Social Justice Group will be held this week following the death of its founder Bob Myers.

Mr Myers, a passionate social justice advocate, died on June 8. He chaired the committee that built Brophy Memorial Hostel and later became the director. He was also the Brophy Family and Youth Services director until 1996 and helped form national organisation Pace e Bene.

Group member Rashmita Samrai said they would like to continue Mr Myers’ good work in the Warrnambool community, but said the group’s direction was uncertain. Ms Samrai invited interested persons with ideas of how to continue and suggestions about training and activities to attend the meeting at St Joseph’s Church hall on Tuesday at 7pm. ​For more information contact Rashmita on 0452 186 007

Helping others: Members of a group which was started by social justice advocate Bob Myers will talk about its future direction at a meeting in Warrnambool on Tuesday.

Helping others: Members of a group which was started by social justice advocate Bob Myers will talk about its future direction at a meeting in Warrnambool on Tuesday.

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