This alarming statistic highlights the deeply rooted systematic injustice of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within our justice system.
We are actively seeking individuals who recognize the potential of our movement in fostering peace and upholding our virtues.
Seeking expressions of interest from motivated and appropriately qualified people to serve as volunteer general board members for LIVElove Interfaith Virtues Enterprise.
International Friendship Day is celebrated on July 30 every year to honor the significance of friendships in our lives and promote the idea of fostering strong bonds.
Amidst an ever-changing world, LIVELove celebrates our tradition and heritage as a profound cultural value.
Calling all motivated and qualified individuals to join the amazing LIVELove Interfaith Virtues Enterprise team as volunteer general board members.
The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has highlighted the need for young leaders from diverse backgrounds, including Christian, Jewish, and Muslim participants at the Emerging Pacemakers Forum.
LIVELove standing up for the religious freedom around the world.
The recent ban on women’s beauty parlours in Afghanistan, enforced by the Taliban, is a fragmentation of the rights and freedoms of women in the country.
Every individual has the right to express themselves freely, including through their clothing choices.
Australia is well known for its religious and cultural diversity, with more than 65% adhering to a world religion.
Service is an expression filled with care and compassion. It is a deed that can be truly accomplished only through the embodiment of love.
A commitment by state attorneys-general to develop a proposal to raise the age of criminal responsibility to 12 years old does not go far enough!
Let’s build a world beyond racism and discrimination, where we all exercise our human rights.
Did you know each year around 600 kids under the age of 14, the majority of whom are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, are torn from their families and communities.
In 1908, following terrible working conditions and exploitation, 15,000 women took to the streets of New York protesting for shorter hours, better pay and voting rights.
Racism is basically prejudice or hostility towards a person's race, colour, language, nationality, or ethnic origin. While some communities are particularly vulnerable, any ethnic group can be the target of racism. Intolerant discourse in the media or from politicians can lead to increased racist sentiments towards migrants and other minorities.
There is no doubt it is getting harder for people of faith to live out their faith in modern Australia.
There are currently around 16,000 children in families seeking protection in Australia.
Many people seeking asylum have lost their jobs as a result of COVID-19, as they often work in the service sectors worst affected.
The flags flying from the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge are wonderful symbols of our heritage and identity. However, the Aboriginal flag does not fly permanently atop of the Sydney Harbour bridge.