In honour of World Refugee Day, we are pleased to share with you the latest videos from our #FaithOverFear campaign, a joint initiative of Religions for Peace, UNICEF, and a global coalition of religious leaders and organisations.
Today Religions for Peace, UNICEF and a global coalition of religious leaders are launching #FaithOverFear. Faith Over Fear is a global campaign to inspire people of all faiths to welcome and help refugees. The campaign will share a series of stories about families of faith from around the world who have opened their hearts, homes, and communities to refugees. By lifting up these heartwarming examples, Religions for Peace hopes to contribute to a more welcoming environment for refugees around the globe.
Walk for Justice for Refugees will take place in all states and major regional cities on Sunday, 9 April. It is organised by the Refugee Advocacy Network and at most events, there will be an interfaith presence and speakers. It is considered a work of Mercy, Justice and Compassion to support refugees, whose spirits are being broken by the current actions of Australia and its parliament.
Melton Interfaith Network in conjunction with Melton City Council invites you to their Refugee Week 2016 observance on Wednesday 22 June at Melton Community Hall.
Pope Francis transformed the lives of a dozen Syrian refugees on Saturday when he plucked three families from a crowded camp on the Greek island of Lesbos and took them back to Rome.
Darebin Intercultural Centre will host a moderated discussion on the settlement of Refugees in the northern suburbs of Melbourne at the Town Hall, Gower St, Preston on 25 February 2016.