Ecological aspects of war: religious perspectives from Australia

jgrounds Ecological Aspects of War | Religious Perspectives from Australia is a one-day symposium to consider intersections between war and ecology, through the lenses of religious social teachings and sacred texts, representative of the multi-cultural and inter-faith constitution of contemportary Australian society.

Planet Earth as a Victim of War, keynote by Dr Jenny Grounds, vice-president of the Medical Association for Prevention of War. Papers are in two streams : Engagement with sacred texts, and Religious and theological perspectives. There will be Video-conferencing via Skype for Plenary and Stream 2.

This event will begin with a keynote address. There will then be two steams of discussion. Stream 1: Engagements with sacred texts; Stream 2: Religious and theological perspectives

More about the Keynote Speaker: Dr Jenny Grounds is past president and current vice-president of the Medical Assocation for Prevention of War, the Australian Affiliate of IPPNW, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War.

Registration costs: Full $40, Concession $30, Skype $15 (you will be supplied with a url and password via email nearer the date. This option is suitable for International and Interstate participants)

Onsite participation is encouraged. Video-conferencing via Skype will also be available for the plenary sessions and Stream 2. – See more at:

Event Information

Event: Ecological aspects of war: religious perspectives from Australia

When: Monday 28 September 2015 Time: 8:45am to 5:30pm

Where: Trinity College Theological School Trinity College Royal Parade Parkville

Cost: Full $40, Concession $30, Skype $15

Register: here

More information: Anne Elvey 0430549097