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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The Growing Banyan Tree

The Growing Banyan Tree

Banyan Tree

Prof. Des Cahill, Chair, Religions for Peace Australia, delivered a keynote address, The Growing Banyan Tree at the recent AGM of the Buddhist Society of Victoria. Professor Cahill presented a series of key challenges to the Buddhist Sangha in Australia and how it may play a vital role in the development of Australian Asians.

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