On Fridays, the two khutbahs are scheduled to start at 12 noon and 1 pm respectively. Each one usually lasts approximately 35-40 minutes
University of Melbrourne's Melbourne National Centre of Excellence for Islamic Studies- Asia Institute is holding an academic seminar exploring; the Rise of the AKP in Turkey...
With the recent collapse of the building in Savar, Bangladesh two organisations are collecting donations to aid the victims of this tragedy.
The general malaise in relation to the responsibility society displays towards those enduring the hardships of war often emanates from an absence of the correct knowledge and a protracted deficit of human insight or understanding, in particular, the war in Iraq has heralded much debate and opposition here in Australia but largely remains a devastating legacy that is rarely addressed as such. Many people are experiencing new ways in which they can be better informed politically and socially about the human cost of war through both academia and the arts; join our guest speakers to hear their unique perspectives."
The Islamic Council of Victoria and NCEIS University of Melbourne is hosting a free event featuring an ICARE presentation and VCA student exhibition Art for Aid. Artwork displays provided by VCA, University of Melbourne students – Curator: Ms Reem Faiq; Assistant curator: Ms Sarah Marriot. Speakers include; Dr. Ben Isakhan, Michael Leunig and Ahmad Samir
Date: Thursday, May 23 2013
Venue: Yasuko Hiraoka Myer Room, Level 1, Sidney Myer Asia Centre University of Melbourne, Parkville