The Anti-Defamation Commission’s (ADC) Multifaith Future Leaders Seminar is now in its 9th year. Each year around 30 young, like-minded individuals come together from various faith communities to attend this amazing free program, resulting in an establishment of an on-going Multifaith network.
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Changes to race-hate speech laws were voted down in the Senate last night in what critics call a win for multicultural Australia.
Cabinet Minister Mathias Cormann says the Turnbull government gave its best shot in convincing Senate crossbenchers to agree to race-hate law changes.
On Sunday March 26, women formed a human chain along Westminster Bridge to remember the victims of the attack on March 22. Many of those present were Muslim, wearing blue as a symbol of hope and peace.
The Not-So Holy Comedy Debate at Melbourne Town Hall, co-hosted by the Jewish Community Council of Victoria and the Islamic Council of Victoria, with the Topic “North vs.South: North is better than the South”, was held on 20 March 2017.
Regional development Minister Jaala Pulford has announced a $2.5 million funding injection to go towards the completion of Bendigo’s Great Stupa of Universal Compassion.
Source: Bendigo Advertiser
Young people can lead the way towards interfaith unity by showing their elders what an inclusive society looks like.
This was a theme that emerged from the ‘Journeys of Culture and Faith, Stories of Us’ forum that took place at Darebin Intercultural Centre during Cultural Diversity Week.
Landlords who refuse to rent homes to Muslim tenants and employers who shun Catholics or any other religious denomination will be committing an offence under a proposed widening of the race-hate laws.
Source: The Daily Telegraph