The Canberra Interfaith Forum will conduct a Peace & Rights Interfaith Forum on Sunday 5th February 2012
Canberra Interfaith Forum – Peace & Rights Interfaith Symposium 2012. The Theme for this Public Symposium:
“How Can we Contribute to Global Peace and Human Rights; Perspectives from Spiritual Faith Traditions“.
The Canberra Interfaith Forum invites you to this public symposium on
- Sunday 5th February 2012
- Venue: Functions Hall
- Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture
- 15 Blackall Street, Barton, ACT
- Time: 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Refreshments will be provided (RSVP by 31 January for catering purposes)
Further Information: Harry (Tel: 0425 224 445 Email: harryo46 (at) hotmail.com or
Dean (Tele: 0411 031 324 Email: dean.sahukhan (at) act.gov.au
Representatives from many spiritual faith traditions including the Canberra Indigenous Community will give presentations at this Public Symposium.
Canberra Interfaith Forum will continue a twenty year tradition of promoting interfaith harmony and peace in Canberra with this our second Annual Symposium.
The Symposium Presenters: ~
- Indigenous – Duncan Smith
- Bahai – Natalie Mobini
- Brahma Kumaris – Robyn Horton
- Buddhist – Ven. Thich Quang Ba
- Christian – Rev G Henderson
- Muslim – Ahmed Youssef
- Hindu – Mr Thiru Vallal
- Intermission and Refreshments
- Jewish – Harry Oppermann
- Sathya Sai Organisation – Dr Pal Dhall
- Sikh – Manjit Gilhotra
- Sukyo Mahikari – Paul Taylor
Canberra Interfaith Forum is supported by members of Indigenous, Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, Christian Denominations, Muslim, Sikh, Baha’i, Sathya Sai, Pagan, Brahma Kumaris, & Sukyo Mahikari communities.
Unite with Divine Mind to Confirm Unity of Human Kind
Source: Canberra Interfaith Forum
Photo Credit: BVM