Being Religious and Interreligious in Regional and Rural Victoria: The Role of its Interfaith Networks

Turkish Mosque, Mooroopna, Vic

Prof. Des Cahill (Chair, Religions for Peace Australia) gave an address at Mooroopna Mosque to rural interfaith networks. To be authentically religious in today’s contemporary world means to be interreligious. This is the interfaith message.

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Religions for Peace Myanmar Launched

Launch of Religions for Peace Myanmar

13 September 2012, Yangon, Myanmar: Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and Muslim communties in Myanmar together launched the Religions for Peace Myanmar as the country’s first full-fledged representative and action-oriented interreligious body for reconciliation, peace and development. Approximately 100 religious, diplomatic, political and civil society leaders in Myanmar and Religions for Peace International leaders joined the inauguration.

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Regional and Rural Migration in and for the 21st Century: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

Regional and Rural Migration in and for the 21st Century: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

Bonegilla Migrant Camp, 1954

Migration to rural Australia places many challenges in a rapidly transforming nation. Meeting these challenges has substantial gains for both Australians and those who migrate to rural areas, writes Prof. Des Cahill.

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