It was an honour to receive my Churchill Fellowship medallion at a dinner hosted by the Victorian Churchill Fellows’ Association (VIC CFA) on Friday 22nd July in Melbourne, and share the momentous occasion with my daughter Annie Irving and close colleagues and friends from the criminal justice sector and Victorian Custody Reference Group. The medallion, designed by Churchill Fellow Wojciech Pietranik, is the formal recognition that I have completed my Fellowship trip and research report. It was an awe-inspiring evening, presenting with other Fellows, sharing highlights from our Fellowships, the incredible impact they have had and how we are continuing to achieve our project aspirations. It was a very special occasion also having the opportunity to meet the team from the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust who have supported and encouraged me along my whole fellowship journey.
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