Peter Mousaferiadis

Peter Mousaferiadis is a leading, internationally celebrated creative director, producer, champion of intercultural understanding, and a thought leader of culture as a driver of peace and innovation. Since 1988, Peter has had an extensive career in the arts as a creative director, producer, artistic director, music director, composer and a champion of intercultural dialogue.

Peter has produced major intercultural productions for a range of clients including the United Nations, the Parliament of World Religions, and the United Religions Initiative. He has also produced and directed 9 large scale Australia Day Concerts with casts of more than a 1000. In 1997, Peter co-founded Mabuhay Records, which focuses on providing an international platform for multicultural musicians. Albums have been licensed to overseas companies and have been used in various TV programs and international documentaries.

In 2013, Peter produced the winning slogan of the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations’ Do One Thing For Diversity campaign, “Diversified We Grow”, which was presented at the World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue in Baku, Azerbaijan.

In 2014 Peter was elected as Global Trustee to the United Religions Initiative, and in 2015 was appointed an associate of Gary Bouma, UNESCO Chair for Intercultural and Interreligious Relations in the Asia-Pacific region.

Peter was appointed Chair of the Lahore International Conference on Culture in Pakistan in both 2016 and 2017.

In 2002, Peter founded Cultural Infusion, a cultural enterprise for which he remains as CEO. Cultural Infusion comprises a suite of digital and interactive applications and websites, consulting services, education and community programs and courses which reach an annual audience of more than 350,000 people across the globe. Cultural infusion has been recognised internationally for its innovative approach to education and the use of technology in building intercultural understanding. It has been a winner of over 10 international awards including the United Nations Alliance of Civilization (UNAOC) Intercultural Innovation Award.

As of 2017, Cultural Infusion is a formal partner of the Australian National Commission for UNESCO.