Governmental

Hindu Council of Australia advocates issues affecting Hindu community in Australia at various levels of Government including local councils, state governments and Federal Government. It has raised issues :

  • Visas for priests
  • Violence against students
  • Hindu cremation facilities
  • Advising Governments on interpretation of Hinduism
  • Lobbying with education departments to correct bias in teaching Hinduism
  • Obtaining permissions and Facilitating Hindu rituals in public places (like Paad yarta and religious processions)
  • Helping to obtain permission and certifying Hindu teachers and chaplains.

Governmental

Shoebridge’s Hinduphobia exposed as hollow lies and false propaganda

By: Hindu SRE Providers. A NSW Member of Parliament has made a baseless claim that Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) is a terrorist organization in NSW. The Hindu … [Read More...]

Australian food labelling laws are extremely poor at pointing out if a product contains beef

By: Mark Trayling. I have noticed Australian food labelling laws are extremely poor at pointing out if a product contains beef.  For example, Allens … [Read More...]

The Hon Ros Spence, Minister of Multicultarism, Victoria

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Stop bullying Australian diplomats says CIFA

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Government rolls back COVID-19 restrictions in NSW

The 2sqm rule will be expanded and venue caps will be removed under a major easing of restrictions, as NSW continues to record zero cases of community … [Read More...]

Lobbying to ease Covid restrictions for Temples

By: Surinder Jain. Hindu Council of Australia has been working with other faith organizations to ask NSW government to ease restrictions on religious … [Read More...]

Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association in Granville

By: Gurpreet Kaur. My name is Gurpreet Kaur and I am one of the community connector project officers in Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association … [Read More...]

Stop this bill – It discriminates against our religions

One Nation NSW MLC Mark Latham has introduced a bill in NSW Parliament which will actively discriminate against new and minority religions. A Parliament … [Read More...]

Temples can open in NSW from Friday 15th May 2020

Temples can open in NSW from Friday 15th May 2020. Apart from the priest, up to 10 worshipers (including any children) with social distancing of 1.5 meters … [Read More...]

Hindu phobic USCIRF, Breaking India Forces

By: Shashi Holla, Perth, Western Australia. No government after independence was so bold, decisive and out of the box in their approach when the Indian … [Read More...]

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