Victoria: Listening to the Female Voice: Women and Faith

Australian Catholic University and Australian Intercultural Society will conduct a Public Panel Discussion Listening to the Female Voice: Women and Faith at the ACU Fitzroy Campus on the evening of Tuesday 6 March.

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Tasmania, February 2018

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Greetings of peace!

UN World Interfaith Harmony Week occurs this week. We hope that you can come and celebrate it with us!

As part of honouring the week, Religions for Peace Tas and the Multicultural Council of Tasmania have combined resources to bring a young couple from Melbourne to share their experience and their expertise with us. Nivy Balachandran, Regional Coordinator of United Religions Initiative and Executive Member of Religions for Peace Australia, is a recognised young leader of interfaith and intercultural affairs and works in the area of conflict transformation and cross cultural communication. She will be joined by her husband, Tal Meretz. Nivy belongs to the Hindu faith and her husband is from the Jewish faith tradition.

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White Night Melbourne: 21 Taras Thangka Exhibition

The Tara Institute’s 21 Taras thangka will be displayed at Melbourne’s White Night arts festival, throughout the night from 7pm to 7am on Saturday, 17 February 2018. There will be meditations and Tara mantra recitations running throughout the event. Offerings of flowers and incense are welcome.

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Victoria: JCMA Women’s Conference 2018 – ‘Women Exploring Rituals & Worship’



The Jewish Muslim Christian Association of Australia invite women of faith to join their ‘Women Exploring Rituals & Worship’ Retreat at Lysterfield, Victoria, on the weekend of 23-25 January 2018.

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UN International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2018

The United Nations General Assembly has designated 27 January as Holocaust Remembrance Day. 27 January 1945 was the day Auschwitz was liberated. There will be a Commemoration at the Glen Eira Town Hall, Caulfield, on the evening of Sunday, 28 January.

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Tasmania: January 2018

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Greetings of peace!

Many good wishes for a peaceful, happy and successful new year in 2018!

UN World Interfaith Harmony Week will occur in the first week of February 2018. As part of honouring the week, Religions for Peace Tas and the Multicultural Council of Tasmania have combined resources to bring a young couple from Melbourne to share their experience and their expertise with us. Nivy Balachandran, Regional Coordinator of United Religions Initiative and Executive Member of Religions for Peace Australia, is a recognised young leader of interfaith and intercultural affairs and works in the area of conflict transformation and cross cultural communication. She will be joined by her husband, Tal Meretz. Nivy belongs to the Hindu faith and her husband is from the Jewish faith tradition.

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Victoria: Darebin-Whittlesea World Interfaith Harmony Event

The Darebin Interfaith Council and the Whittlesea Interfaith Network invite you to The Power of Love – Paying it Forward – a celebration of UN World Interfaith Harmony Week 2018 on the evening of Thursday, 8 January 2018.

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