Restoring Dignity – A committment to end violence against Women

Women of Faith

The world’s major faith traditions – each in its own way – uphold the inviolable dignity of the human being as rooted in the Sacred. While respecting religious differences, the Restoring Dignity draws on the commitment and resources of faith congregations, institutions, communities and individual believers to bring an end to violence against women and girls. Join us to end violence and restore dignity of women.

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Religion, Women and Peacebuilding Seminar Series Launched

Ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook

The Religions for Peace Global Women of Faith Network, in collaboration with United Nations Women, Princeton University Office for Religious Life, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Ford Foundation, The Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission, The Committee of Religious NGOs at the United Nations and The Institute for Global Engagement, launched an ongoing seminar on “Religion, Women and Peacebuilding” on Tuesday December 6th 2011.

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FROM 9/11 TO BREIVIK:Responding Nationally and Transnationally to the challenge of Diversity and Social Cohesion

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Prof. Des Cahill, Chair, Religions for Peace Australia, delivered a keynote address, From 9/11 to Breivik: Responding nationally and transnationally to the challenge of diversity and social cohesion at the University of Western Sydney Campus, Bankstown, NSW, on 9 October 2011.

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Creating Religious Harmony and Social Cohesion in the City of Hume

Hume City Council

Prof. Des Cahill, Chair, Religions for Peace Australia, delivered a keynote address, Creating Religious Harmony and Social Cohesion in the City of Hume at the Hume Global Learning Centre on Tuesday, 29 November 2011. Professor Cahill told that Hume has a bright future and is capable of throwing off its struggletown image.

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Creating Religious Harmony and Social Cohesion in the City of Hume

Hume City Council

Prof. Des Cahill, Chair, Religions for Peace Australia, delivered a keynote address, Creating Religious Harmony and Social Cohesion in the City of Hume at the Hume Global Learning Centre on Tuesday, 29 November 2011. Professor Cahill told that Hume has a bright future and is capable of throwing off its struggletown image.

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