South Australia: Faith-based approach to tackling domestic violence recommended at Adelaide symposium

Religious scholars and community bodies have called for faith to play a greater role in confronting the problem of domestic violence, saying religion is sometimes unfairly stigmatised as the underlying problem. Multi-faith leaders from around Australia are gathering in Adelaide to discuss an action plan with faith-based recommendations to support families experiencing violence at home.

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South Australia: Domestic Violence in Faith/Spiritual Multicultural Communities



The Centre for Islamic Thought & Education, University of South Australia invites you to the Domestic Violence in Faith/Spiritual Based Multicultural Communities Symposium 2017 on Monday, 23 October 2017.

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Beneath our radiant Southern Cross: Contemporary art, Islam and advancing Australia fairly



The Centre for Islamic Thought and Education (UniSA) and NEXUS Arts would like to invite you to a Public Lecture Beneath our radiant Southern Cross: Contemporary art, Islam and advancing Australia fairly on Thursday 14 September, at the Nexus Art Centre in Adelaide.

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South Australia: Warming Our Souls from the Heart of Our Faith Traditions

The Multifaith Association of South Australia will host “Warming Our Souls from the Heart of Our Faith Traditions” in the Baha’i Centre for Learning, at 275 Flinders St, Adelaide City on evening of Saturday 5th August.

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2nd Annual Australian Islamic Schooling Conference



The 2nd Islamic Schooling Conference was held at Mt Lofty on 11-12 July 2017. The focus of the Conference was on curriculum development following the Melbourne Declaration on the Educational needs of Young Australians and the work of ACARA, the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority. There was much in-depth examination of progress towards an Islamic school curriculum for Australia to suit primary and secondary education models, along with appropriate education in Arabic and integration of Islamic faith into the curriculum – the outcome of which is young Australians who contribute to the welfare of Australia by way of industry, productivity, and participation in Australian society.

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South Australia: International Day of Yoga



Indian Cultural Centre, Consulate General of India, Sydney in association with Incredible India, City of Adelaide, Indian Australian Association of South Australia, Inc., Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan, Art of Living, and Brahma Kumaris, Adelaide cordially invites you to join International Day of Yoga celebrations on June 21, 2017 (Wednesday) from 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM at Meeting Hall (walkway behind council offices 25 Pirie Street, Adelaide). Doors will open at 4:30 PM.

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South Australia: Spiritual Harmony Day

The Multifaith Association of South Australia in collaboration with Adelaide Theosophical Society will conduct a joint Spiritual Harmony Day celebration at the on Sunday 19 March 2pm – 5pm. The celebration will take place at 310 South Terrace, Adelaide. This event is offered in collaboration with Harmony Week.

There will be a Q & A Panel of Speakers from Diverse Religious/Spiritual Communities in Adelaide. Afternoon Tea is Included. All are welcome.