There is a general discourse of demonising people seeking asylum, refugees and migrants that is often perpetuated by the media discourse, lack of good political leadership and understanding of nuanced dynamics.
Refugees and people seeking asylum need our compassion. Those who are in Australia need our compassion. Those in Nauru and Manus need our help and I think the best way to dispel myths around people seeking asylum and refugees and gradually change public opinion is to show the society the success stories, the businesses and the contributions they make in making Australia a success story for multiculturalism.
Join us in welcoming Ramadan and having your shopping & gifts needs sorted at this curated market event.
This special pre-market event of 2 hours will include the following:
Meet and Greet with organisers (Muslima Shops online boutique)
Delicious Morning Tea
Talk by Breharne Al Zoubi, the founder of The Hijab Collective
Fashion & style advice by Anjilla Seddeqi, Australian high-end fashion designer
Opportunity to mingle with stall holders and other sisters while sipping your tea
Shopping without the crowds
The market will be open to public from 12.30 to 4.30.
(Saturday) 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Ramadan & Beyond
Al-Ihsan Foundation Presents: The third Annual
Al-Ihsan Foundation Presents:
The third Annual Fundraising Dinner 2018
Support the Foundation all money raised will go towards Maintaining Al-Ihsan Foundation and its ongoing projects
Date: Saturday 28th April 2018
Where: Emporium Function Centre – 1/258 South Terrace, Bankstown
Tickets can be purchased:
In Person: 176 Waldron Road Chester Hill
Segregated Areas for Men & Women
For more information or tickets contact Al-Ihsan on 1300 998 444 or 0420 74 74 74
(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
1/258 South Terrace Bankstown