The City of Wyndham and Wyndham Interfaith Network invite you to 2017 World Interfaith Harmony Week Celebration – Morning Tea. There will be a guest speaker, Journey of Hope with Sister Bridgid Arthur. This event is in observance of United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week 2017
The City of Wyndham and Wyndham Interfaith Network invite you to 2017 World Interfaith Harmony Week Celebration – Morning Tea
Journey of Hope with Sister Bridgid Arthur
Wyndham Interfaith Network will highlight the importance of belief for those who are displaced. It will host a 25 piece art display by asylum seekers on loan from Baptcare. All of the works in the Journeys of Hope exhibition use colour to express emotion, feeling and memories that have their roots in the challenge of displacement and trauma. The Wyndham municipality currently hosts more than 200 asylum seekers as they connect with others and move on with their lives. The art installation will be on display until the 14th of Feb
Speaker: Sister Bridgid Arthur from the Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project. The project works with, and for, people seeking asylum both in detention and in the community. Underpinning this work are the core principles of universal human rights and Australia’s responsibilities to those seeking asylum, especially the need for just and accessible procedures and structures. She supports those in detention at Christmas Island and has visited the detention facility a number of times.
Date: Tuesday 7 February 2017 Time: 10:30am to11:30am
Location: The Point Cook Community Learning Centre, 1-21 Cheetham Street Point Cook
Registration: Registration is required for catering purposes. Please email at: firstname.lastname@example.org