Religions for Peace Australia will conduct the 2023 Annual General Meeting in Canberra on 18 June 2023. The Guest Speaker is Prof Nicole Asquith of UTAS, Professor of Policing and Emergency Management, who is the Convenor of the Australian Hate Crime Network. She will be speaking about her extensive work supporting vulnerable people who face hate speech and targeted violence in our society.
Invitation to join Religions for Peace Australia AGM, 18 June 2023
The national body, Religions for Peace Australia, will hold its AGM on Sunday 18 June 2023 7.00-9.00pm and its annual discussion day on Monday 19 June 10.00am-4.00pm.
Both will be held in Canberra at the Theo Notaras Multicultural Centre North Building 180 London Circuit, Canberra and online. You can register for both on Zoom
The Guest Speaker at the AGM on Sunday 18 June will be Prof Nicole Asquith of UTAS, Professor of Policing and Emergency Management, who is the Convenor of the Australian Hate Crime Network. She will be speaking about her extensive work supporting vulnerable people who face hate speech and targeted violence in our society.
The Discussion Day on 19 June will also be also very interesting and will feature reports from the work being done by Religions for Peace in all the states and territories of Australia, as well as reports from Religions for Peace Asia, where Prof Des Cahill, our current President, is a Moderator and Philippa Rowland, the current Chair, and Sue Ennis, our current Secretary, play official roles.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
If you are able to zoom or come in person could you book on this link
Nicole L. Asquith is the Professor of Policing and Emergency Management in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Tasmania and is the Director of the Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies. She is also the Co-Director of the Vulnerability, Resilience & Policing Research Consortium, and Convenor of the Australian Hate Crime Network. Nicole has published widely on policing encounters with vulnerable people, and victim experiences of interpersonal violence, including studies on antisemitic, racist, Islamophobic, heterosexist, cissexist, and ableist violence.
Membership renewals are due at this meeting.
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