20231002 thevoice

Whittlesea Interfaith Network (WIN) hosted its annual Carnival of Connections event on the afternoon of Sunday 22 October 2023, bringing together communities from various ethnic, cultural and faith groups in a colourful celebration of unity, harmony and peace.

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Source: Australian Muslim Times

 

20231002 thevoice

Shawheen Keyani boarded a bus from San Diego to San Jose, knowing nothing about his fellow passengers except that they all shared the same ancient faith.

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Source: Religion News

 

20231002 thevoice

The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV) is deeply concerned about the ongoing conflict in the Middle East. Our hearts go out to all those affected by the violence in Israel and Palestine, and we urgently call for an immediate cessation of hostilities by both sides.

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Source: ECCV

 

20231002 thevoice

Religious and multicultural communities across Sydney gathered at Pitt Street Uniting Church on the UN International Day of Peace (September 21) to pledge support for the Uluru Statement of the Heart and its invitation to establish an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.

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Source: South Sydney Herald

 

20231002 thevoice

Ruth Hannah has lived in the Australian coastal town of Mallacoota for more than 30 years. The 72-year-old daughter of Holocaust survivors knows of only one other Jewish person in her town, which has a population of 1,183 people.

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Source: Jewish Telegraphic Agency

 

20231002 thevoice

Members of diverse cultures and religions gathered in the Melbourne suburb of Melton at a multifaith dinner celebrating the ten-year anniversary of the Melton Interfaith Network (MIN), on Friday 8
September 2023.

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Source: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

 

20231002 thevoice

The Australian Cohesion Index brings together an extraordinary depth of data, knowledge and analysis to provide a robust picture of Australia today.

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Source: The Scanlong Institute

 

20231002 thevoice

The national multi faith alliance is calling on their communities to support the upcoming vote. Reverend Glenn Loughery and Adel Salman say it is a great opportunity for unity and reconciliation.

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Source: ABC

 

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