Update on changes to the QFCC Executive representation and the closing of the Centre for Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue. We kick off 2021.
All religious traditions have important days, which they celebrate each year. These often help to tell the story of the faith and teach the principles and ethics of that community. They are especially important for families as a way of both learning and coming together in celebration.
2020 has provided many challenges for us as we endeavour to continue living our lives in as ‘normal’ a fashion as possible.
Women from ten diverse faith communities came together, listen to a presentation and then share their own experiences.
Both speakers talked about their work to support victims of domestic violence – especially those from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities.