Religions for Peace Australia: Annual Report, 2014 ~ 2015

Religions for Peace Australia
Prof. Desmond Cahill, OAM, Chair, Religions for Peace Australia, delivered the Annual Report for 2014-2015 at the recently convened Annual General Meeting in Canberra. Prof. Cahill addresses the local situation, the 8th General Assembly of the Asian Conference of Religions for Peace, and provides an overview of Religions for Peace activities in all states during the year.

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2013 Annual General Meeting

Religions for Peace Australia

5 May 2013

Dear RfP Members,

This 2012-2013 annual report of Religions for Peace Australia has been prepared by its chairperson, Professor Des Cahill, in his twelfth report for the Annual General Meeting held on May 5th, 2013 at the Hindu Shri Shiva Temple in Carrum Downs and for the Annual Executive Meeting of Religions for Peace Asia to be held in Malang, Indonesia on 7th – 10th June, 2013.

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June 2012

Religions for Peace Australia

3 June 2012

Dear RfP Members,

This 2011-2012 annual report of the Religions for Peace Australia has been prepared by the chairperson, Professor Des Cahill, in his eleventh report for the Annual General Meeting held on June 3rd, 2012 at the headquarters of the Australian Intercultural Society and for the Annual Executive Meeting of Religions for Peace Asia to be held in Seoul on 11th – 14th June, 2012.

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May 2011

Religions for Peace Australia

14th May 2011

Dear RfP Members,

Greetings! I trust that this message of our 2010-11 activities finds you all well.

This past year has, as in previous years, been a very busy one for the Religions for Peace Australia (RfP Australia) with some significant achievements as the Australian interfaith movement has grown and diversified since the 2009 Melbourne Parliament of the World’s Religions. A pleasing feature has been the re-invigoration of our executive committee with some younger, talented and committed members – Dr. Anna Halafoff has become our deputy chairperson, recently completing her Ph.D. thesis on the world interfaith movement, Netpeace: Multifaith Movements and Common Security while our new secretary, Sue Ennis, who has almost completed her doctoral thesis on Religion, Spirituality and the Refugee Experience, has become our hardworking secretary.

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April, 2010

Religions for Peace Australia

28th April, 2010

Dear RfP Members,

Greetings again! The Parliament of the World’s Religions is over! Four years of hard work by many, many people in Melbourne, in Chicago and across the world have been completed. It is fair to say that everyone who attended, even if for only a day, came away enthused, inspired and informed. It is also fair to say that the end of the Parliament left many people tired – it took a lot out of most people, including myself. Only now are we really beginning to focus on the future.

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April 2009

Religions for Peace Australia

26th April, 2009

Dear Member of Religions for Peace Australia,

Greetings again! And it is again time for the Annual General Meeting, and details are enclosed. You have been all receiving news on our email network, especially from WCRP or Religions for Peace International with its headquarters in New York because of its work with the UN. This will have kept you informed of developments internationally.

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April 2008

Religions for Peace Australia

30th April, 2008

Dear Members,

Greetings! Since my last communication with you, we have very much become an electronic network. I hope that you are getting all the emails that our hard-working secretary, Jo Elvins, has been forwarding to you, particularly those from our New York headquarters. They reflect the scope of WCRP’s work and the various statements made by religious leaders in response to global and local issues. If you are not receiving these emails, please let Jo know.

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