Welcome to FCCV

Established in 2010, the Faith Communities Council of Victoria (FCCV) is Victoria’s umbrella multifaith body. It is the successor to the Leaders of Faith Communities Forum, founded in 1995.

FCCV was created to contribute to the harmony of the Victorian community by promoting positive relations between people of different faiths and greater public knowledge and mutual understanding of the teachings, customs and practices of Victoria's diverse faith traditions.

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Faith Communities Sharing Preventing Family Violence: Religions for Peace Australia

From November 25, 2022 12:00 until November 25, 2022 14:00

Faith Communities Sharing Preventing Family Violence: Religions for Peace Australia

Religions for Peace Australia invites you to:

Faith Communities Sharing Preventing Family Violence

Date: Friday 25 November 2022     Time: 12pm to 2pm
Location: Online (via Zoom)

Speakers:

  • Carole Danby & Valerie Joy, Queensland Churches Together - Joint Churches Domestic Violence Prevention Project
  • Deacon Oliver Slewa (Assyrian Chruch of the East), Family and Domestic Violence Project - funded by NSW Ecumenical Council
  • Associate Professor Cathy Vaughan from Melbourne School of Population and Global Health

Religions for Peace Australia invites people of faith in Australia involved in working with or thinking of working with faith communities/ faith leaders on the prevention of family violence to an informal Zoom gathering.

Domestic abuse can happen to anyone of any race, age, sexual orientation, gender or religion.
Every day, millions of people are directly impacted by domestic violence.

In the context of domestic violence, religious actors and institutions can both help and harm — but they are not neutral.

Religions for Peace Australia invites people of faith in Australia involved in working with or thinking of working with faith communities/ faith leaders on the prevention of family violence to an informal Zoom gathering.

The purpose of this meeting encompasses states and territories and their work in this area; it is meet and fitting that faith participants share our practices in order to bring about peace in the home, peace in the society and thereafter, peace in the nation.

Contact: Sue Ennis wcrpaust@iinet.net.au 

 


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