CERES GLOBAL invite you to travel on unique participatory, cross cultural, educational and skill sharing programs. Each year we visit, learn from and work with our international partner organisations doing exceptional work in sustainability, the environment, community development, social equity and education. The trips are open to people of any age or background wanting to travel with meaning and purpose and willing to open their hearts and minds to another culture and way of life. Read more…
CERES Global is the international outreach program of the not-for-profit CERES Community Environment Park. We are a Social enterprise with a passion for designing and facilitating group journeys into new cultural settings with the intent of creating a space of mutual learning and the exchange of ideas. Each year we organise trips to over 9 destinations and we welcome anyone to join us.
All trips run at cost price. Fees include meals, accommodation, transport, community contributions, facilitator support, carbon offsets, pre trip preparations and administration. It does not include flights, visas and items of a personal nature.
CERES Global News
My name is Milind Gowdanakunte, I recently embarked on a journey to Samoa. I was given this opportunity through the CERES Global partnership with the university of Swinburne where I study Robotics and Mechatronic Engineering, with [...]
The email arrived one week out from exams, the letter head read ‘Industry Study Tour Samoa, Winter Term 2017’, the offer? An opportunity to participate in industry based learning and add to my degree, [...]
In the far north of Australia, there is a vast tract of Aboriginal owned land called Arnhem Land. It covers hundreds of kms of coast, small islands and large tracts of sub-tropical Savanna woodlands. [...]
They say a picture tells a 1000 words... when I stop to sketch I look closer, I notice and appreciate so much more… and enhance memories later when I look at the sketches… and [...]
Reflections from an Explorative Journey in India: Nalika’s Story on Rethinking Community Development
They say “be careful for what you wish for”. Last year I decided I needed to do something that would shake me up, make me uncomfortable and rejuvenate me. I wasn’t sure what [...]
This article was written by Adrian Hearn, our friend, partner and collaborator in Cuba. It was originally published in "Articulation". By 2050 more than 6 billion people will live in cities, generating unprecedented challenges [...]