Briefing paper
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In September 2016, the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV) consulted with a small cohort of ‘less visible’ faith leaders innovating within their separate faiths to provide pastoral care to people of diverse sexuality and gender in Victoria. While tensions between faith, ethnicity and sexuality have broad consequences for social cohesion, the emotional intelligence in our policy analysis matters too. Moving outside of a security framework gave these leaders the space to be themselves and share important insights. This document is the seventh Social Cohesion Policy Brief published by ECCV.


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