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Virtues Project, Aotearoa New Zealand
Useful links for Virtues
NZ Virtues Resources
Virtues Mentorship - Auckland 2015
Virtues Mentorship - Brisbane 2011
Virtues Mentorship - Perth 2009
Virtues Mentorship - Taupo 2007
Virtues Mentorship - Auckland 2005
Our History in Pictures 1995-1999
Virtues Mentorship 2015 Videos
Here is a list of the Virtues used within the Virtues Project.
Virtues Project International
This is the main website for the Virtues Project worldwide, run by Linda Kavelin Popov and Dan Popov.
Virtues Resources NZ - CDs, books, cards & posters may be purchased safely online from UCA New Zealand
Go to this site to see all of the Virtues books, materials and resources available in Aotearoa New Zealand, and many other resources for children.
Universal Children's Audio (UCA) Box 57233, Mana Porirua, New Zealand Tel: 64-4-239 9971 or 0800-500-885 (Freephone in NZ only) Fax: 64-4-239 9976 Email:
Virtues Connection - Canterbury
The Canterbury Virtues connection was formed in 1998 when Ellen and Sheldon Ramer began working with The Virtues Project (TVP). Their meetings began at their home which they facilitated until the numbers grew. Canterbury now have a wonderful Virtues Connection that meets every 4th Sunday of the month in Christchurch at the Diamond Harbour Bowling Club on Purau Avenue just past Diamond Harbour Village. They begin with morning tea at 10am, discussion begins at 10:30 followed by a shared lunch. Someone trained in TVP takes over facilitation and sends out the notice, and others come forward for to oragnise the shared lunch. Ellen and Sheldon are really thrilled about the popularity of this gathering -- there are usually between 20-30 people attending. Visitors from overseas also synchronise their travel times with one of the meetings. Everyone and their friends, their music and their Virtues experiences are welcome.
If you would like any further information or to be on the email reminder list, contact Ellen and Sheldon on
The Sacred Site
Virtues Project International training calendar
A list of the all the training courses being provided around the world by VPI trainers.
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