Like many other things we do, the Gathering of Kindness has adapted to the Pandemic and this year’s celebrations will be digital, and accessible on-line.  On World Kindness Day (Friday 13 November) this year’s program features 3 live-streamed online sessions featuring:
  • Scotland's social researcher Simon Anderson,
  • Civility Saves Lives founder Dr Chris Turner, and
  • An Expert Panel (Julia Harper (CEO of College of Intensive Care Medicine), David Clarke (CEO of the Australian Institute for Health and Safety) and Dr Carmel Crock (Director for Emergency Medicine at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital)) 
These 3 sessions are paid events, but there is a host of material available free of charge to learn more about the importance of kindness in Healthcare systems and its importance. We are delighted that Rotary  Melbourne is sharing media in the event on two important R100 Projects:  Trauma Recovery, and Rotary Safe Families.