Government, Leaders and Faith in Australian Politics

World Interfaith Harmony WeekOn the occasion of World Interfaith Harmony Week, Parliamentary Friends of Multiculturalism in Partnership with the Canberra Interfaith Forum and Religions for Peace Australia commemorated UN Harmony Day on the Topic of Government, Leaders and Faith in Australian Politics at Australian Parliament House Canberra, on Wednesday 15 February 2017. Guest Speaker for the occasion was Emeritus Professor John Warhurst of Australian National University.

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Victoria: Clergy need diversity training for the new era

Prof. Gary BoumaClergy of all faiths urgently needed cultural training to deal with an Australia that had changed beyond recognition since the 1990s, according to one of Australia’s leading religious authorities. Melbourne Anglican priest, UNESCO officer and university academic Gary Bouma told a UN Interfaith Harmony Week lecture at Melbourne University in February that Australia was now “one of the most diverse nations in the world”.

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Religions for Peace – Membership

Religions for Peace is the largest international coalition of representatives from the world’s religions dedicated to promoting peace founded in 1970. In Australia, Religions for Peace is established with Branches and affiliates in every state. It is rapidly becoming the peak interfaith organisation of Australia. Membership is open to all persons of goodwill who seek peace around the world and who seek to build cooperation, harmony and understanding between the religions and faith groups in Australia.

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