Al Siraat news

Community news – 10 stories

  • Interfaith Memorial Service for Sri Lanka

    26 April 2019

    Hosted by Darebin Ethnic Communities Council DECC, all invited to join together in a Memorial Service to honour all the victims of recent terrorist acts in Sri Lanka. Event Details. - Date: Next Monday, 29 April 2019. - Time: 5.30pm – 7pm. - Venue: St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 1 Rossmoyne Street corner High Street, Thornbury . For all… Read more

    Interfaith Memorial Service for Sri Lanka
  • THIS SUNDAY: Workshop on Collectively Responding to Islamophobia

    25 April 2019

    The Islamic Council of Victoria ICV will be holding an educational workshop as part of their community-led project Empowering Victorian Muslims in responding to Islamophobia. The ICV hopes the workshop will provide clear pathways for reporting an Islamophobic incident and options to support those who experience Islamophobia. Delivered in… Read more

    THIS SUNDAY: Workshop on Collectively Responding to Islamophobia
  • Community Conversations: How to stand up for your right?

    24 April 2019

    The Whittlesea Community Leadership Network, City of Whittlesea and Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission invites you to their second community conversation to better understand how to stand up for your rights, and how to support others to do the right thing. The session is suitable for African and/or Muslim members of… Read more

    Community Conversations:  How to stand up for your right?
  • Nominate Now: "Women Acknowledging Women Awards"

    24 April 2019

    It is that time of the year again when Baasila acknowledges amazing Muslim women who go unnoticed. The Baasila Award is an incredible platform pioneered to celebrate the substantial contributions of Australian Muslim women. The inaugural Women Acknowledging Women Awards of 2018 celebrated the contributions of diverse Muslim women in our… Read more

    Nominate Now:
  • Big W – Free Books for Kids

    21 March 2019

    Big W is still giving away FREE children books, with one new book released each week in store. There are a total of 12 books to be collected for FREE. Aussie families access to more books at home is the first step to building healthy minds and bright futures for Australia’s children. Click here to find out more and which books to be… Read more

    Big W – Free Books for Kids
  • Syringes Found in Eucalypt Estate

    15 February 2019

    It has been brought to our attention that used syringes were seen by students and concerned parents in the "Eucalypt" housing estate in Wollert, opposite the College. NO syringes were found on the school grounds!. Al Siraat takes the safety of our students very seriously, and as such, reported the incident to the Council. Epping Police… Read more

    Syringes Found in Eucalypt Estate
  • Starting THIS Saturday: Women’s Only Swimming at "SPLASH"

    7 February 2019

    We have wonderful news for the women in our community: . The long wait is finally over! Women can soon get active with Women’s Only Swimming times coming to "SPLASH Aqua Park" in Craigieburn from THIS SATURDAY, 9 February 2019!. For swimming session times and prices, please refer to the attached flyer. Read more

    Starting THIS Saturday: Women’s Only Swimming at
  • Clean Eating Workshop A Huge Success

    21 September 2018

    As a part of the community engagement strategy, one of the things we are passionate about is developing programs for mums with small children that are designed as a grassroots approach to educating women and thereby enriching the lives of whole families. The "Clean Eating & Nude Food" workshop last Friday was run by health and wellness… Read more

    Clean Eating Workshop A Huge Success
  • Volunteer Tutors Needed for Refugees

    9 April 2018

    Can you spare 1-2 hours per week to visit a newly arrived refugee or migrant in the home and help them learn English and to settle into Australian life? Melbourne AMEP is currently seeking volunteers. Each term, AMEP trains volunteers to assist newly arrived refugees and migrants learn English. These people are isolated in their homes and… Read more

    Volunteer Tutors Needed for Refugees
  • Malay Community Profile

    22 February 2018

    You are invited to learn about the City of Whittlesea’s Malay community who share a common language and make a significant contribution to the local community. Working with the Victorian School of Languages VSL, the Malay community – some of them Al Siraat families, have established a State Government based Malay language school in the… Read more

    Malay Community Profile
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