The Islamic Practice and Dawah Circle (IPDC) Victoria organised a successful three days long Youth Learning Camp on 11-13 March 2017 at Urban Camp, Parkville, Victoria

Over 32 delegates from different parts of Victoria participated in this event.

The day-1 was spent attending the Australian Islamic Peace Conference at Melbourne Exhibition Centre. The day-2 and the day-3 events were exclusively for youths at the Urban Camp.

Boys with Imam Akram Buksh

The camp program started with the recitation of Holy Quran and welcome speech by Mr Mazhar Morshe, President of IPDC Victoria. Resource persons at the camp included Imam Akram Buksh and Mr Waseem Razvi, President of Islamic Research & Education Academy based in Melbourne.

Diverse forms of youth activities were organised at the camp including talks by guest speakers, youth presentations, debate competitions, Qiamullail, outdoor games, sports activities like soccer and cricket.

The Youth Learning Camp was a special and unique type of program for IPDC youth in Victoria where participants from various multicultural community youths gathered together to get the opportunity to interact with each other, share their views and thoughts in a frank and secure environment.