wihwWhen is it?  World Interfaith Harmony Week is celebrated annually on the first week of February (February 1st to February 7th).

What is it about? World Interfaith Harmony Week aims to promote harmony between all people regardless of their faith and non-faith. It provides a platform, one week in the year, where people of every group can recognize their common values, build ties with each other, and work alongside one another to bring peace and harmony to their communities.

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The Indian government has expressed alarm at a spate of graffiti attacks on Hindu temples that has shaken worshippers in Melbourne and inflamed tensions within Australia’s large and growing Indian diaspora.

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Source: Sydney Morning Herald

 

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The Interfaith Network of the City of Greater Dandenong is seeking a part-time person for the role of executive officer. Position includes engaging with faith and spiritual communities and provide leadership, support, and planning for the Interfaith Network of the City of Greater Dandenong.

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Source: Seek

 

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“Did you grow up supporting the Australian cricket team?” asks Usman Khawaja, before nodding his head in understanding when I, a fellow Pakistani-born Australian, admitted that I didn’t.

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Source: Sydney Morning Herald

 

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Many countries in the region already have more public holidays to recognise diverse cultural and religious populations.

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Source: Lowy Institute

 

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Tens of thousands of mourners gathered for the funeral of former pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican, led by his successor Pope Francis in an event unprecedented in modern times.

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Source: News.com

 

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Tina Singh says helmet isn't just a solution for Sikh kids, it's also a symbol of being seen in sport.

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Source: CBC 

 

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In many parts of the Christian world, female church leaders are no longer unusual. But until now, the Holy Land - where events in the Bible are set - had not seen a local woman ordained.

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Source: BBC 

 

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