From the evening of Saturday, 2 April 2022, Muslims around the world, as well as in Australia, begin to observe Ramadan. People will be abstaining from food and drink during the daylight for 30 consecutive days, until the evening of Sunday, 1 May 2022, when Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan.
In this webinar, we will talk with guests from different Muslim communities to learn more about Muslim culture and history, discover what Ramadan and Eid traditions mean to them, and to discuss the challenges and opportunities they’ve faced when observing Ramadan in the workplace. This webinar will take place on March 30
Ramadan and the Australian workplace:
challenges and opportunities
Date: Wednesday 30 March | Time: 2.00pm (AEDT)
Join us as we speak with special guest Ridwaan Jadwat, First Assistant Secretary of Southeast Asia Maritime Division DFAT and Special Envoy to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, about the challenges and opportunities of observing Ramadan in the Australian workplace. On the panel with Ridwaan will be:
Mohamed Mohideen, Vice President of the Islamic Council of Victoria and the Head of Priority Engagement for the COVID-19 Vaccination Response at the Victorian Department of Health.
Shamsiya Hussainpoor, Journalist, News Operation Assistant at the ABC and Podcast Host of Bolaq Analysts Network.
Shaqina Shaziman, Marketing Assistant at The LOTE Agency.
We will hear from Ridwaan, Mohamed, Shamsiya and Shaqina about what Ramadan and Eid traditions mean to them, and to discuss the challenges and opportunities they’ve faced when observing Ramadan in the workplace. There will also be the opportunity for questions from the audience.
Our facilitator will be Amina Rakhmankulova, Multicultural Communications SME at The LOTE Agency.
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