Friday, 11 May 2018

2018 National Reconciliation Event coming up in Brimbank and Marbyrnong

Reconciliation Walk

Thursday 31 May 2018, 10.45am – 12.30pm
Duke St Community House, 27 Duke Street, Sunshine walking to Matthews Reserve.

The National Reconciliation Week is a key activity in the Reconciliation movement’s strategy to support Australians in making progress in the reconciliation dimension Historical Acceptance. Organised in partnership with Brimbank and Maribyrnong Interfaith Network this event will include lunch and activities at Matthews Hill Reserve including Traditional Games, Aboriginal face-painting and arts and crafts.

Hamsa Farah, a member of the Brimbank Maribyrnong Interfaith Network, Environmental Scientist and a Somali Muslim community member, will relate his understanding of the Muslim faith to the building reconciliation with Aboriginal people.

Find out more about other community events during the National Reconciliation Week. 

For more information contact Raewyn Afu at Brimbank City Council on 9249 4458 or visit the events page.
Copyright © 2018 Maribyrnong City Council, All rights reserved.
The Brimbank and Maribyrnong Interfaith Network (BMIN) The Brimbank and Maribyrnong Interfaith Network (BMIN) is a network open to all religious groups to promote interfaith and intercultural initiatives between different faith and cultural groups in the neighbouring municipalities of Brimbank and Maribyrnong. This network is open to all individuals and groups who are interested in and support the aims and principles (link) of the network. The Brimbank Maribyrnong Interfaith Committee is made up of members of various faith groups from Brimbank and Maribyrnong. Officially launched on 9 December 2010, the BMIN is a joint initiative between Brimbank and Maribyrnong Councils and Faith Community Leaders, with the support of the Victorian Multicultural Commission and Victoria Police.

Our mailing address is:

No comments:

Post a Comment

Beside The Creek does not accept Anonymous comment. All comments are moderated.