Kuranda Seyit is the founder of the Forum on Australia’s Islamic Relations (FAIR) and editor of Aussie Mossie Quarterly News. He is also a documentary film maker and in 2001 he wrote and directed “Always A Visitor” for SBS television. In 2002 he was appointed as the Media Liaison Officer for the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils and the editor of the Australian Muslim News. In 2004 he was selected among the Bulletin Magazine’s SMART 100 people in Australia. He has completed his Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies at Sydney University and is currently an Executive Member of the Sydney Peace Foundation. In 2009 he was the manager of the Auburn Migrant Resource Centre and is an advocate for refugees. Kuranda is a consultant on Muslim community issues and works closely with Muslim youth in the areas of leadership, conflict resolution and personal development.
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