Richmond's Bachar Houli on sport’s power to connect communities

Richmond's Bachar Houli on sport’s power to connect communities

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$50 – $90

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Mr Hive Kitchen & Bar

Level 1, Crown Metropol Hotel

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank (Entrance near Clarendon Street)

Melbourne, VIC 3000

Australia

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At this special MPC media lunch, moderated by award-winning footy commentator Caroline Wilson, Bachar will share his unique journey.

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Richmond’s Bachar Houli understands the capacity sport has to promote social cohesion and bring people together on and off the field.

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As the first devout Muslim to play in the Australian Football League, Bachar Houli is well placed to reflect on the power of sport to connect diverse communities. Bachar believes sport has an enormous role to play, connecting people from all backgrounds to promote social cohesion. The Bachar Houli Foundation (BHF) encourages Islamic youth to proudly connect with their identity and use that as the foundation for educating the broader community and promoting mutual understanding.

At this special MPC media lunch, moderated by award-winning footy commentator Caroline Wilson, Bachar will share his unique journey as a footballer and community leader, reflecting on the lessons learned and the opportunities it presents for everyone.

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