Just in time for the multicultural festivities in March, the Moonee Valley Interfaith Network (MVIN), in partnership with the Campfire Film Foundation have completed a creative 11minute film about the local area. I Believe in the Local News takes an invigorating tour through the local area and the soul of its people. It’s being launched in schools over the coming months with the support of the Moonee Valley Council, providing a wonderful opportunity to engage students in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary institutions.
In 2015, the National Council of Jewish Women of Australia Vic) together with the United Jewish Education Board will be hosting a women’s Interfaith Model Passover Seder, the purpose of which is to provide opportunities for women of diverse faiths to specifically learn about Jewish festivals and traditions in a participatory experience, while at the same time promoting friendship and understanding.
On Sunday 22 February 2014, the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network held a 'Listening to the Land' summer program at Tea Tree Creek in Flinders.
In celebration of World Interfaith Harmony Week, Monash University Chaplaincy and Religions for Peace Victoria Branch hosted a public event at Monash University on Thursday, 12 February 2015. Guest Speaker Associate Professor Nasir Butrous gave an address on Ethnicity, Religions and Harmony: Exploring Christian Muslim Relations in Iraq Today.
Since October 2010 when King Abdullah II of Jordan proposed to the United Nations that the first full week of February each year be World Interfaith Harmony Week, people involved in interfaith globally have been joining together to celebrate this week. The week is based on Love of God and Love of the Neighbour, or based on Love of the Good and Love of the Neighbour, each according to a person’s own religious traditions or convictions.