Religions for Peace Australia 2024 Annual General Meeting

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Religions for Peace Australia will conduct the 2024 Annual General Meeting in Canberra on Wednesday 12 June 2024. The Guest Speaker is Ms Anthea Hancocks of the Scanlon Foundation. The Scanlon Foundation partners with Monash University to deliver the annual Social Cohesion survey results. Ms Anthea Hancocks will give an address on Social Cohesion and Faith Communities.


Invitation to join Annual General Meeting,
Religions for Peace Australia, 12 June 2024

The national body, Religions for Peace Australia, will hold its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 12 June 2024, 6:30pm-8:30pm AEST (6:00pm SA/NT 6pm, 4:30pm WA) and conduct the annual discussion day on Thursday 13 June 10.00am-4.00pm.

This will be a hybrid event. Interested persons may attend in person or online.

In-person: Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture
George Browning House, 15 Blackall Street Barton, 2600, CANBERRA

On-line via Zoom
ALL WELCOME
Please register for either the Zoom or in person event via
Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/CRTET

The Guest Speaker at the Annual General Meeting on Sunday 18 June will be Ms Anthea Hancocks of the Scanlon Foundation. The Scanlon Foundation partners with Monash University to deliver the annual Social Cohesion survey results. Ms Anthea Hancocks will give an address about Social Cohesion and Faith Communities.

The Discussion Day on 14 June will feature reports from Religions for Peace Asia, where Emeritus Professor Desmond Cahill, President, is a Moderator, and where Ms. Philippa Rowland, (Chair, Religions for Peace Australia) and Dr. Sue Ennis (Secretary, Religions for Peace Australia) play official roles. The formation of the Multifaith Council of Australia will be considered, along with with its functions and members. Other matters will be the programme of Religions for Peace Australia for 2024-2025, Climate Change and the Environment, Affiliate bodies and Observers, and the role of First Nations body with (possible) affiliation along with matters that flow therefrom.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

If you are able to zoom or come in person could you book on this link

Guest Speaker

Anthea Hancocks

Anthea Hancocks is the CEO of the Scanlon Foundation and the Scanlon Foundation Research Institute. She has an extensive background in strategic planning, business development, community service, education, communications, and relationship and services marketing through senior leadership experience in private, ASX listed, government, professional services, academia and not for profit organisations here and in the US. Anthea is Chair of Welcoming Australia, Chair of the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre, a Fellow of Monash University and Chair of the Huddle Advisory Committee and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


Application for Membership-Religions for Peace Australia

All payment is now online. All forms to be emailed to membership@religionsforpeaceaustralia.org.au after payment is made. The new membeship form will be available shortly.

New Members

Download the Membership Form (for new members)
New members would be required to sign the Code of Conduct (download) and forward to membership@religionsforpeaceaustralia.org.au

Membership renewals are due at this meeting.
The new forms will be available soon

 

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