The ICV Annual Report 2019-20 highlights our collective key achievements of the year past. It has been a memorable year for the peak Muslim body with many highlights. Many successful programs were initiated and events were held throughout the year despite the ongoing challenges of the pandemic The ICV wishes to express our sincere appreciation to a host of organisations we have worked with and have supported the ICV in various capacities throughout the 2019-20 year. Our special gratitude is particularly extended to many sincere friends who have been incredibly supportive and thereby have contributed to another very successful year. We look forward to another exciting year ahead full of opportunities and achieving new milestones. To read the Annual Report click here

Media Release: “My Vote Matters” calls out Islamophobes standing for parliament.

15 May 2019 “My Vote Matters” calls out Islamophobes standing for parliament”   The May 18 Federal Election campaign has been blighted by the proliferation of micro-parties and candidates that have a blatantly Islamophobic agenda. With over half-a-million views and counting, the My Vote Matters online campaign has identified nine micro-parties that are running on…

Media Release on PM’s statement about moving Australian embassy to Jerusalem

16 October 2018   ICV queries the statement by the Prime Minister that shifting the Australian embassy to Jerusalem is being considered Why would the new Prime Minister Scott Morrison threaten to jettison the long- standing bipartisan position on the status of Jerusalem as disputed territory to be resolved as part of a final peace…

Muis Academy

  “The second part of Merentas Global 2018: “Institutional Building”, opens with the Muslim community in Australia and how they are coping with adapting to the society as equal citizens. The ICV – Islamic Council of Victoria shares their vision of seeing the Australian Muslims contributing to the country’s development. The Director of ICV, Nail…

Inquiry into the external oversight of police corruption and misconduct in Victoria

  The Islamic Council of Victoria, together with Flemington & Kensington Community Legal Centre and thirteen other community groups submitted a joint letter to the Victorian Parliament’s Independent Broad Based Anti-Corruption Committee regarding their inquiry into how police and protective service officers are held accountable for corruption and misconduct in Victoria. Click here to read…