FCCV JULY 2017 NEWSLETTER
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The results of the 2016 Census reveal we are a religiously diverse nation, with Christianity remaining the most common religion (52%).
Controversy surrounding plans to build a mosque in Bendigo has resulted in greater intercultural understanding, a study has found.
Cross-cultural and religious exchanges were on the menu as Victoria's Islamic and Aboriginal communities gathered for the state’s inaugural 'First Nations Iftar dinner'.
Culturally diverse Victorians aged 16 to 25 are invited to become a member of the Multicultural Youth Network (MYN) and have their views heard on how to make Victoria a stronger, more cohesive state.
The Australian Freedom Network (AFN) inter-faith representatives called on businesses and the Australian government to slavery-proof their supply-chains.
The Brimbank and Maribyrnong Interfaith Network launched a new video capturing members’ beliefs and reasons why they became part of the network.
The world’s most prominent religious leaders have come together to present a different vision of how faith can work in the world.
Pope Francis met with participants in the plenary assembly of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, who have been discussing the key contribution of women to interfaith relations.
With the support of Victorian Sikh Community, Khalsa Foundation Australia launched their first food van yesterday in the heart of Melbourne to serve free vegetarian food to everyone.
Meet a new generation of Sikh legends who're reinventing what it means to be a Sikh in Australia.
Every five years the census asks Australians: “What is your religion?”.
The Andrews Government made significant changes to the conditions surrounding Special Religious Instruction (SRI) in state primary schools last year removing the program from the structured curriculum.
Where does a philosophy end and a religion begin?
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