Recognizing its universal appeal, the United Nations proclaimed 21 June as the International Day of Yoga, which aims to raise awareness worldwide of the many benefits of practicing yoga. Integrated Cultures ACT Inc. Integrated Women’s Network (IWN) and the High Commission of India, Canberra invite you to a celebration of INTERNATIONAL DAY of YOGA. You are invited to join for a series of sessions by Yoga practitioners and teachers.
The Freilich Project is pleased to invite you to a Freilich Network Webinar with Professors Zehavit Gross and Suzanne D. Rutland. The session will be chaired by Emeritus Professor Terry Lovat.
On 20 July from 5:45 – 7pm, the Blackfriars lecture will address Closing the gap through Indigenous health initiatives by Mr Craig Ritchie, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. Event is free, RSVP by email. The lecture title is Homer among the Health Workers: metis, culture and closing the gap, a personal reflection.
Canberra Interfaith Forum invites you to attend our community forum on “The Common Basis of All Faiths and Their Relevance to Current Global Challenges” as per below details on Wednesday 23 June 2021 at 6:30pm
Integrated Cultures ACT Inc. & High Commission of India, Canberra are organizing a series of weekly talks by Yoga practitioners and teachers. This week webinar talk is on ‘Yoga for Face, greater confidence’ by Ms.Elena Amani -Founder & Director of Yoga for Posture – 12th June 2021, 1:30pm. 19 June at 1pm, the talk will be on Yoga Marga. The role of practice in the path of Yoga, by Alan Goode.
Integrated Cultures ACT Inc. (ICACT) (Connect, Collaborate, Celebrate) and Integrated Women’s Network (IWN) invite you to a series of weekly talks by Yoga practitioners and teachers from 12.55pm for 1 pm start in the lead up to International Day of Yoga on 21 June 2021.
The Canberra Interfaith Forum will be hosting an Interfaith Youth Gathering on Sunday 6th December from 11am to 2pm at the Bahai Centre in Weston (18 Hickey Court). The theme of the gathering is ‘Service to Humanity’.
The ACT Palliative Care Governance Committee is looking for members of the Canberra community to join the inaugural ACT Consumer Reference Group for End of Life and Palliative Care.
Bluestar Intercultural and the ANU Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies will host Post Christchurch: Hate speech & Political Discourse, What Lies Ahead? at the Sir Roland Wilson Building, ANU, Canberra, Wednesday, March 18, 2020 from 5:30 PM – 7 PM.
Buddhists, Anglicans, Catholics, Muslims, Quakers and people of other faiths joined thousands of concerned Australians in Canberra during the first sitting week of Parliament to stand up for meaningful action on climate change.
The Australian Religious Response to Climate Change conducted its inaugural conference at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Charles Sturt University, ACT, from November 8 – 10, 2019.
Canberra Sikh Gurduara will flag off riders to the Divine Steps Festival in Sydney on the morning of Saturday 9 November circa 6:30 am for a 7am departure by the riders.
The Canberra Interfaith Forum invites you to join them in celebration of UN International Day of Tolerance on Monday 18 November 2019. The keynote speaker, Mr. Jack Waterford (former editor of The Canberra Times) will examine if Australia is still a tolerant society.
The 2019 Future of the Humanities Lecture will be delivered by Dr Raihan Ismail at the Roland Wilson Theatrette on Wednesday 6 November 2019, from 5.30pm. Dr Raihan Ishmail’s topic will be Islam and Reform: Myth and Realities
A Chorus of Women marked the centenary of the WWI Armistice with a sell-out, standing-ovation performance of The People’s Passion at the Chapel of the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture. Our big choral drama moved singers and audience alike, sparking much reflection about the contribution music and great wise stories could make to Peace on Earth now. The People’s Passion will be repeated between Friday 28 June 2019 7:30 PM and Sunday 30 June 2019 5:00 PM at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Barton, ACT.
For many, Easter is a time for family, catching up with friends and enjoying a relaxing few days off.
For others, it is a strictly religious affair.
Church halls swell at this time of year, to accommodate those who observe religious rituals on special occasions.
Diverse faith and community leaders, climate scientists and doctors joined forces in the heart of Parliament House to provide an urgent climate briefing to politicians.
‘The Human Face of Climate Change’ event, organised by the Multifaith Association of SA and co-sponsored by the nonpartisan Parliamentary Friends of Multiculturalism and Religions for Peace Australia, was held on the last sitting day before global UN climate talks begin today at COP24 in Katowice, Poland.