WIN Foundation (Women's Interfaith Network) CC

Building bridges among women of different faiths and traditions
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“Our purpose is to provide an opportunity for women of different faiths and traditions to come together to become a bridge between families, governmental organizations, NGOs, businesses, academic institutions and communities.”
Action Areas
Traditions
Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Indigenous, Islam, Sikhism
Sub-Traditions
Aboriginal, Buddhist, Sikh
Number of Members
27
Sub-Region
SEAPAC-Pacific Zone
Location
VICTORIA, Australia
Joined URI Network

WIN Foundation (Women's Interfaith Network) Cooperation Circle (CC) addresses concerns faced by women. CC members encourage women of diverse backgrounds to enhance their contribution to Australian society. Additionally, they encourage city/country, rural/regional connections in the state of Victoria as well as support children from diverse backgrounds in their holistic development.

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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.