Professor Douglas Ezzy of University of Tasmania will deliver the 2022 World Interfaith Harmony Week lecture on Tuesday 1 February 2022, on the topic of Religious freedom, discrimination, and living well together. This will an online event, hosted by Religions for Peace Australia Victoria Branch, Tasmania Branch and the Multifaith Association of South Australia.
Prof. Douglas Ezzy
Douglas Ezzy PhD is Professor of Sociology at the University of Tasmania, Australia. He is lead investigator of the Australian Research Council Discovery project “Religious Diversity in Australia” and a second ARC project on “Religious freedom, LGBT+ employees, and the right to discriminate”. He is a co-investigator on the Canadian “Nonreligion in a Complex Future” project lead by Professor Lori Beaman. He has been president of the Australian Association for the Study of Religion and editor of the Journal for the Academic Study of Religion. His books include LGBT Christians (2017, with Bronwyn Fielder), Reinventing Church (2016, with Helen and James Collins), and Teenage Witches (2007, with Helen Berger).
Event: 2022 World Interfaith Harmony Week Lecture
Program: Religious freedom, discrimination, and living well together.
Host: Religions for Peace Australia: Victoria Branch, Tasmania Branch
Date: Tuesday, 1 February 2022, 7pm AEDT (6.30 SA, 6pm Qld, 5.30 NT, 4pm WA)
Venue: via Zoom (details to be sent upon RSVP)
Bookings: Online at TryBooking
Video of 2021 World Interfaith Harmony Week lecture by Senator Patrick Dodson is found here: https://religionsforpeaceaustralia.org.au/?p=12939