JCMA 200x200POSITION TITLE:   JCMA Education Officer - Part time

REPORTS TO:  JCMA Executive Officer


APPLICATIONS DUE: Sunday, 3 March 2019


The Jewish Christian Muslim Association of Australia (JCMA) is a not for profit, volunteer based organisation. The JCMA aims to prevent emotional and physical abuse arising from religious intolerance and cultural discrimination. JCMA programs and events bring together members of the Abrahamic faiths to build relationships based on mutual respect and understanding through dialogue and shared experience.

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201808mosqueopendayThe Islamic Council of Victoria is hosting a Mosque Open Day on Sunday 17 March 2019.

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Source: Islamic Council of Victoria

02201909a asiabibiA Christian woman who spent nine years on death row for blasphemy is free to leave Pakistan, after the country's highest court upheld her acquittal.

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Source: ABC

02201908 religiousfreedomThis year is already shaping up to be a big one for religion and politics. In response to the passage of same-sex marriage, the Ruddock Review into religious freedom concluded Australia needs a religious discrimination act. So is it the missing piece in the Australian human rights puzzle, or would it enable discrimination in the name of religion?
Listen to this podcast to learn more.

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Source: ABC Radio

02201913a sikhbookA powerful book hoping to showcase the identity and culture of turban-wearing Sikhs was launched this week by a pair of award-winning Asian photographers.

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Source: Eastern Eye

02201907a genzA new study has revealed the extent of drift from organised religion among Australian Generation Z youths.

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Source: Alfred Deakin Institute

02201906 narremosqueA mosque planned for Melbourne’s south east has faced another hurdle after the City of Casey – which famously blocked another mosque and has an anti-Islam deputy mayor – successfully argued the permit had expired.

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Source: The New Daily

02201907 sikhcouncillorOn the brink of starting his political career, Sunny Singh found himself the subject of an unprovoked attack. Instead of getting angry, he made a phone call.

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Source: SBS

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