RMIT University, School of Global Studies will conduct a symposium on Religious Freedom and Tolerance in a Global Age on Monday, 4 May 2015 at RMIT City Campus.
Contrary to Nietzsche’s declaration, God does not appear to be dead. Right around the world, religious and humanist world views are influencing national and international processes. The issues surrounding freedom of religion and belief and freedom of conscience are emerging in new international, national and local contexts.
Featuring a terrific line up of presenters, this unique symposium will offer attendees the chance to examine religious freedom and tolerance from a number of differing perspectives.
Presentations to include:
- Acceptance and Tolerance in a Global Context: Models of Interfaith Cooperation
Presented by Professor Fred Woods, Brigham Young University, USA.
- Freedom of Conscience under Siege – Déjà vu or Something New?
Presented by Professor Neville Rochow, S.C., Notre Dame University Law School, and Adelaide Law School.
- After Café Lindt: Emerging Challenges for Multifaith Australia
Presented by Professor Des Cahill, O.A.M., RMIT University, Melbourne.
What: Symposium: Religious Freedom and Tolerance in a Global Age
When: Monday, 4 May 2015 3.15 pm – 5.00 pm
Where: RMIT City Campus Building 20, Level 2, Courtroom 3, 124 La Trobe Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Places: Strictly limited places
Reservations:To reserve your place, please email Prof. Des Cahill – email@example.com
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