Interfaith Network In Focus: Religions for Peace
Religions for Peace (RfP) Australia, formerly known as the World Conference of Religions for Peace (Australia), is an Australian community-based interfaith organization working for inter-religious harmony and social cohesion.
4.55 million to help build multicultural communities
Senator for the ACT and Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Senator Kate Lundy, was today (31/05/13) pleased to launch a new grants program worth $4.55 million nationally which will provide funding for community organisations to purchase new equipment, undertake refurbishments and build new infrastructure.
Measuring Global Millennials On Religious Attitudes
The average percentage of global youth trusting religious leaders is now in the single digits. This “mass exodus” is becoming a pervasive challenge for a lion’s share of the world’s major faith traditions while leaders grapple, struggle, and investigate.
Halal food dishing out change in our fast food society
HALAL food is now sold at a dozen McDonald's restaurants and bacon is off the menu at some KFC outlets to accommodate the religious sensitivities of Australia's growing Muslim population. The Muslim population has soared by 40 per cent to 476,291 in just five years - paving the way for a building program of schools, mosques and prayer rooms in the suburbs of Sydney and Melbourne.
Taste of Faith: Stories of Hope and Inspiration (Brimbank and Maribyrnong Interfaith Network)
The Brimbank and Maribyrnong Interfaith Network Committee in conjunction with Brimbank City Council launched A Taste of Faith: Stories of Hope and Inspiration at a special event on Harmony Day, Thursday 21 March, from 5.30-8pm at the Victoria University Convention Centre, with over 70 attendees.
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