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Carlton’s Unity Cup runneth over with goodwill..

This morning I facilitated an Alexandria Agenda  workshop on Faith & Identity, as part of Carlton Football Club's Interfaith Cup event. There were four faith based schools participating in Scotch College, the Australian International Academy, King David and Simmonds College,  comprising over forty students, it was a stimulating session highlighting common ground whilst respectfully acknowledging difference and individual agency.  Student participation and feedback yielded some promising perspectives on social inclusion and self awareness ‪#‎makechangehappen‬ ‪

2017-08-29T12:43:52+00:00March 18th, 2015|


Looking forward to some serious Moderating, Paneling & Poeting at @mocafest_ 2014  | 10th World Islamic Economic Forum  | 28th to 30th October 2014  | Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Including collaborations with Peter Gould,  Zohab Zee Khan Mohammed Langston as well as a plethora of #artysmarty types from across the globe #watchthispace

2014-10-17T05:43:13+00:00October 17th, 2014|

IMA Contemporary Australian Muslim Artists Exhibtion

Delighted to attend a launch of the IMA's Contemporary Australian Muslim Artists exhibition tonight. A variety of genres, including: short film, oil paintings, prints, jewellery, mosaic, photography and more; the calibre of works, impeccable. The IMA international photography contest winners were announced, plus some evocative presentations from Fatima Killeen and Fatima Mawas, demonstrating how art and the political expression of resistance can be so creatively conveyed. A showcase piece is the stunning 8ft masterpiece of [...]

2014-10-17T06:24:49+00:00October 11th, 2014|

Sri Lankan Reconciliation Project

Attended launch tonight of the 'Ancient cultures, new futures' Sri Lankan reconciliation photographic exhibition. Poignant. Poetic. Powerful.The exhibition starts with the all-pervading presence of the physical and cultural beauty of the country, which penetrates every aspect of Sri Lankan life. It then takes up the unavoidable theme of the trauma to which all—old and young—have been exposed. Building on these clusters of ideas and images, the photographs highlight the struggle—often frustrated and thwarted by false [...]

2017-08-29T12:44:02+00:00October 9th, 2014|

Islamophobia Forum

Navigating through the crosshairs of stereotypes and solidarity... I spoke last night at a community public forum with ICV's Ghaith Krayem and the Greens Senator Richard DiNatale about 'Terror raids & Manufactured fear: Standing up to Islamophobia'. Evidencing a groundswell of support from grassroots sector- there was shared outrage at the failure of government to protect citizens and their freedoms by tirelessly perpetuating racist laws and language deeming Muslims and Islam as forces to be [...]

2014-10-17T07:11:33+00:00October 8th, 2014|

‘Dialogue Night’ Celebration

Celebrating 'Dialogue Night' an initiative of the Aust Muslim Women's Centre for Human Rights. After 12 months of workshops and outreach, we enabled a leadership initiative for young Muslims across sectarian communities with support from govt and non-govt stakeholders. Celebrating articulate, confident and empowered young leaders of tomorrow

2014-10-17T07:40:16+00:00September 15th, 2014|

EXIT, Luka Lesson

Last night Luka Lesson's #MorePoetsthanPoliticians show in Brunswick was a stellar success. To an interactive crowd and epic vibe, Luka launched a number of tracks from his EXIT album, to mad applause. This album fuses poetry and song with deft success; a rapping novelty in a departure from his previous works. As well, the ensemble of support acts was spectacular! From MC L-Fresh, acts Joel McKerrow Nour Abouzeid Stavros to @amalthepoet Amal Kassir - in [...]

2014-10-17T07:46:35+00:00September 8th, 2014|