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WIN Foundation (Women’s Interfaith Network) CC

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27 Members

Traditions: Aboriginal, Christian, Islam, Sikh  See All

Action Area: Women

Region: Southeast Asia and the Pacific

Website: http://www.winfoundation.net/network.html

Label: Purpose & Activities

Our purpose is to:

  • Provide an opportunity for women of different faiths and traditions to come together to share and become a bridge between families, government, NGOs, business, academics and communities;

  • Provide an opportunity for women of different faiths and ethical backgrounds and who are of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to come together to share from their traditions;

  • Address issues and concerns faced by women of different faiths and ethical backgrounds and of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds living in Australia;Encourage women of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to enrich and enhance their contribution to Australian society from their individual faiths, ethics and values;

  • Encourage city/country, rural/regional connections and support across Victoria among women from different faiths and ethical backgrounds and from culturally and linguisticall diverse backgrounds;

  • Support Victorian children of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, irrespective of their faith and ethical backgrounds, and aid and assist them in their holistic development; and 

  • Act as a bridge between peoples and organizations and facilitate and promote the diverse contribution that culturally and linguistically diverse communities as well as the different faith and ethical traditions bring to mainstream culture in Victoria.

We dream of building bridges among women of different faiths and traditions.

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Contact:
Heather Abramson

Address:
2 Alfred Street, Caulfield, 3162
Victoria
3162
Australia

Phone:
+61 401 238882

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March 23, 2016 6:36 PM

International Women’s Day Celebration with Students

Rather than the usual celebrations, WIN Foundation decided to help reach out to parents of Gleneagles Secondary School this year for the International Women’s Day celebration.

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April 28, 2015 2:21 PM

Healing Our Family - A UN International Women’s Day Event

Last month in the City of Casey Council Chambers in Narre Warren, Victoria, Australia, WIN Foundation (Women’s Interfaith Network) CC held an event for UN International Women’s Day called “Healing Our Family.”

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June 3, 2014 2:22 PM

Our Apeal for the Safe Return of the Nigerian Girls

As women of the URI, we are deeply concerned by the continued refusal to allow the Nigerian schoolgirls to return to their homes and loved ones.

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January 24, 2014 9:29 AM

WIN MENA meets in Amman, Jordan

During the URI MENA Annual Conference, we held a meeting of the WIN MENA (Women's Interfaith Network of the MENA region) with women from Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Palestine, and Israel

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July 14, 2011 8:49 AM

Melbourne concert raises funds for Japan

Multi-faith Japan Earthquake Sacred Music Concert organized by URI's WIN Foundation Cooperation Circle.

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June 16, 2011 1:29 PM

Women’s InterFaith Network Foundation CC presents a sacred music concert for victims of Japan earthquake

The Women’s InterFaith Network Foundation CC presents a Sacred Music Concert in aid of the victims of the Japan Earthquake at Collingwood College Auditorium in Collingwood on Sunday 19th June 2011 from 3pm to 5pm. The concerts line up includes: Dya Singh, Fuefukuro, Uncle Reg Blow, Parvyn, Josh Bennett, NIGGUN Collective (Jewish), Fo Guang Shan – Buddhist Lite International Victoria, various Gospel choirs and more.

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