The Port Phillip Multifaith Network has produced a short film with funding from the Victorian Multicultural Commission and City of Port Phillip.

On Friday 26 July, the Boroondara Interfaith Network in partnership with the Local Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Boroondara hosted an audience of 75 people at Kew Court House to celebrate National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) Week 2013. The event was held as a celebration and tribute to the cultural heritage of our Indigenous community and share in the different spiritual pathways of Boroondara's faith communities.

Australian Catholic University in conjunction with the Australian Intercultural Society hosted an Iftar 'breaking of the fast' dinner to celebrate one of the daily feasts Muslims enjoy, at the end of each fasting day, during Ramadhan. Attended by close to a hundred guests, half of whom were Muslims and the others mainly Christians, Jews, Buddhists and Hindus, the dinner held on Monday 22 July 2013, was the university's way of expressing solidarity with the Islamic and wider inter-faith community, in a celebration of its commitment to inter-religious dialogue, respect and mutual understanding

On Sunday 21st July, in the month of multicultural awareness, the Whitehorse Interfaith Network (WIN) hosted an important seminar on Migration and Faith. Held at the Whitehorse Centre in Nunawading, people from all cultures and faiths took a seat to witness three guest speakers voice their experiences of their journey to Australia.

On Friday 19th and Saturday 20th July, more than 80 people gathered at Tabor College in Melbourne for the ‘Growing Youth Spirituality’ conference. Those who attended came from all around Australia. Many were working as teachers or chaplains in schools. Others were youth workers and some were working in local churches. Some ministers, a couple of priests and a bishop joined the conference. Others participants were working in educational or denominational offices developing programs and activities for youth ministry. People from a broad range of denominations attended the conference.

Following the last meeting of the Multifaith Advisory Group (MAG) on 3 July 2013, please find attached information from the Salvation Army, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, AMES and the Red Cross about how Faith Communities can support community-based asylum seekers (pdf)

On Sunday 14th July 2013, 45 people gathered at the Avenue Uniting Church in Blackburn to hear an interfaith conversation on 'What is Hinduism' by Pandit Awasthi from the Bayswater Hindu Temple.

On Sunday 30th of June, the Maribyrnong Brimbank Interfaith Network led a walking Places of Worship tour around the sunny streets of Yarraville and Kingsville.

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