20231002 thevoice

Bright Moon Buddhist Temple took 34 years to build and one night to destroy. After an inferno a year ago this week, the charred remains of the temple in Melbourne’s south-east are now cleared.

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Source: The Age

20231002 thevoice

Personal privacy will be protected under new federal laws that criminalise “doxxing” after Prime Minister Anthony Albanese vowed to bring forward the changes to counter activists who published the names and details of hundreds of Jewish people.

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Source: Sydney Morning Herald

20231002 thevoice

Increased training for Faith Leaders and CALD Communities to better support women and children who experience family, domestic and sexual violence will be funded as part of the Albanese Labor Government’s commitment to ending gender-based violence in one generation.

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Source: Government of Australia

20231002 thevoice

The distribution of faith events across Hume was the topic of passionate debate among councillors when they discussed the 2024 proposed civics events schedule.

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Source: Star Weekly - Sunbury Macedon Ranges

20231002 thevoice

Dr. Hannah Gould and Dr. David Marco, both of the University of Melbourne in Australia, along with Dr. Anna Halafoff of Deakin University, and Deb Rawlings of Flinders University in Adelaide, recently concluded a widespread study of the use of Buddhism in end-of-life care for Australians.

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Source: Buddhist Door

20231002 thevoice

When does anti-Zionism amount to anti-Semitism? It's a question debated in op-eds, on university campuses and within the Australian Senate.

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Source: ABC

20231002 thevoice

In an era when echo chambers, confirmation bias and disinformation seem to have suppressed society’s ability to debate anything of substance, Robert Menzies College (RMC) is creating a space where university students can disagree, yet do so with love.

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Source: Eternity News

20231002 thevoice

Religion is a hot topic in our household, even though we are not a religious family. No doubt it’s because we live in south-western Sydney, one of the most “superdiverse” areas of the world. 

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Source: ABC

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