On Sunday 22 June 2014, the City of Port Phillip Multifaith Network hosted a 'Workshop on Interfaith Dialogue' for religious leaders and activist of our community at the Port Melbourne Town Hall.

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On Wednesday 18th June 2014, around 38 members and guests of the Casey Multifaith Network went on a Tour to Places of Worship. The group included several members of the executive committee, including the President Mr. Jim Reiher, plus people from various faith backgrounds such as  Hindus, Jews, Muslims, Spiritualists and various Christian denominations. Pam Mamouney OAM was the organizer and official guide.

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The National Energy Efficiency Network (NEEN) is a free initiative that assists Places of Worship, Retreat Centres, Religious Congregations, Social support agencies and Not For Profit organisations who support the local communities (both spiritually and practically) to become more resilient into the future. This initiative is being led by Catholic Earthcare Australia, along with key partners such as the Uniting Church & Anglican EcoCare.

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On Sunday June 8th 2014, around 800 people from the Mornington Peninsula community came together to celebrate at the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Festival. This annual festival is a celebration of diversity through music, dance, art, workshops and food - a celebration of multifaith, a celebration of multiculturalism, and a celebration of community.

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On Thursday 5th of June 2014, Monash Interfaith Gathering held a forum on 'Domestic Violence - Silence is not the Answer' at the Clayton Theatrette in Clayton. The forum, chaired by Mr. Shashi Kochhar, aimed to bring awareness about Domestic Violence and how it can affect any member of the community.

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September is an important month that includes the anniversary of 9/11, International Day of Peace, and Social Justice Sunday, making it the perfect month to celebrate and participate in multifaith activities.

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Victoria’s Multifaith Advisory Group (MAG) consists of leaders from a diverse range of faith traditions. This document represents a joint submission of the undersigned MAG members in response to the proposed amendments to section 18 of the Racial Discrimination Act (Cth).

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by Rabbi Fred Morgan
Emeritus Rabbi, Temple Beth Israel, Melbourne
Professorial Fellow, Australian Catholic University
Facilitator, Grass Roots Dialogue Project, Council of Christians and Jews (Victoria)

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