Clean-Up Australia Day 2014 at Ahmadiyya Mosque in Langwarrin

Harmony Creek Project

More than 200 members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association (AMA), neighbors and officials from Frankston City Council were on hand Sunday, the 2nd of March 2014, when Cr Darrel Taylor, mayor Frankston City Council, inaugurated the ‘Harmony Creek’ project by planting a tree on ‘Clean-up Australia Day’ at Leisureland Drive, Langwarrin.

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Jewish Museum conducts short courses

The Jewish Museum of Australia is committed to developing and delivering an annual series of short courses, focussed around the Museum’s permanent and temporary exhibition program, to complement and extend the exhibition themes.

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Buddha's Day 2014

Buddha day Melbourne

Buddha’s Day celebrates the birthday of Prince Siddhartha Gautama, who was to become Sakyamuni Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. The Buddha’s Day is celebrated by Fo Guang Shan Melbourne at the specially constructed Buddha’s Stage in the centre of Federation Square.

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Shiva Yoga Interfaith Lecture 2014

Hassan El-Laithy

In this special lecture by the Egyptian Ambassador to Australia, His Excellency Dr Hassan El-Laithy will talk about the so-called Arab Spring movement, why the region is so volatile, discuss the issues facing his country as well as factors related to other countries in the region.

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Transcript – Reimagining our Common Future

Joe Camilleri at RMIT

In recent years, and especially since September 11, 2001, a great many initiatives in dialogue generally and interfaith dialogue in particular have got off the ground in Australia, said Emeritus Professor Joe Camilleri in the public lecture in celebration of World Interfaith Harmony Week, 2014. You may watch the video of this presentation here.

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Video – Reimagining our Common Future

Prof Joe Camilleri at RMIT

Religions for Peace Australia (Victoria Branch) and RMIT Chaplaincy presented a public lecture, “Multifaith Australia – Reimagining Our Common Future” in celebration of World Interfaith Harmony Week, on 6 February, 2014. Guest speaker was Emeritus Professor Joe Camilleri of Latrobe University’s Centre for Dialogue.

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Support for Ballarat Mosque

Site of Ballarat Mosque

THE Muslim population in Ballarat has grown to such numbers that a mosque is now required, to service their religious needs. Religions for Peace Australia fully supports the construction of a mosque in Ballarat.

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Spirituality and Religion in a Secular Age with David Tacey

David Tacey

In today’s climate, it is not popular to point to the ongoing connection between spirituality and religion, but in ideal conditions they belong together and have a great deal to offer each other. David Tacey will deliver a talk at the Carmelite Centre, Melbourne, on Tuesday 4 March, 7-9pm.

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Islamic Museum of Australia to Open

Islamic Museum of Australia

Australia’s very first Islamic art museum, the ‘Islamic Museum of Australia’ is set to open its doors to the public on Monday 3rd March, promising to take visitors on an interactive journey through the arts, history, culture and the stories of everyday Australian Muslims.

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Reimaging our Common Future

World Interfaith Harmony Week

Religions for Peace Australia and RMIT Chaplaincy will conduct a public lecture, “Multifaith Australia – Reimagining Our Common Future” in celebration of World Interfaith Harmony Week, on 6 February, 2014.

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Call for Prayer for Syria

Prayer for Syria

Religions for Peace issues a worldwide call for all in the religions for peace family to pray – each according to his or her tradition – for our Syrian brothers and sisters.

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Migration Story Telling Forum

Multicultural Arts Victoria

On Saturday 25 January 2014, The Piers Festival at the Port Melbourne Piers will have a festival and display of music, dance, markets, exhibitions, and migration forums. This colourful celebration of Melbourne’s diversity will link in with Victoria’s Australia Day activities and highlight the state’s rich history of migration.

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World Interfaith Harmony Week Lecture 2014

World Interfaith Harmony Week Lecture

World Interfaith Harmony Week

Religions for Peace Australia and RMIT Chaplaincy will conduct a public lecture, “Multifaith Australia – Reimagining Our Common Future” in celebration of World Interfaith Harmony Week, on 6 February, 2014.

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World Interfaith Harmony Week Lecture

World Interfaith Harmony Week Lecture

World Interfaith Harmony Week

Religions for Peace Australia and RMIT Chaplaincy will conduct a public lecture, “Multifaith Australia – Reimagining Our Common Future” in celebration of World Interfaith Harmony Week, on 6 February, 2014.

Read more