World Interfaith Harmony Week 2017: Moreland Together and United Religions Initiative



United Religions Initiative, in partnership with Moreland Together, cordially invites you to an illuminating discussion on What does it mean to be a person of faith in Melbourne today?. This event is in observance of United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week 2017


 

United Religions Initiative, in partnership with Moreland Together, cordially invites you to What does it mean to be a person of faith in Melbourne today?. This event is in observance of United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week 2017

Join us for a respectful and illuminating discussion on how young people of different faith backgrounds experience life in Melbourne amidst a time of heightened media and public discourse about what it means to be an Australian in 2017. Come participate in the conversation and share your perspectives on faith, spirituality and belonging in Australia today.

Facilitated by Moreland Together, a coalition of people committed to creating caring and inclusive communities for people of all identities and faiths, and the United Religions Imitative (URI), the world’s largest grassroots interfaith network dedicated to cultivating peace and justice.

Event Details

Date: Sunday 12 February 2017 Time: 1pm to 3pm
Location: Coburg Community House, 32 Nicholson St, East Coburg
Cost: Free | Refreshments will be provided
Contact: Nivy Balachandran | 0433 238 406 | nivy@uri.org

The event is supported by Moreland City Council, Uniting Through Faiths and Moreland Together.

 

 

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