Dalai Lama: Heart Sutra

Dalai Lama

Venerable Geshe Sonam Thargye is honoured to present a one-day teaching by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama on the Heart Sutra and the Eight Verses of Mind Training on Wednesday 19 June 2013 at the Quang Minh Temple in Braybrook, Melbourne.

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NSW: Harmony Walk

NSW Harmony Walk

Harmony Walk 2012 will bring together Australians from different ethnic, national and religious backgrounds in a strong statement in support of fairness and harmony.

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ASEAN InterReligious Network Formed

Formation of Asean Interreligious Network in Bangkok

More than 200 religious leaders, representatives of interreligious councils and peace scholars from the Association of South Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states convened in Bangkok and Pattani, Thailand on 17-19 September 2012, to address the role of religion and interreligious cooperation in resolving conflicts and building peace in the ASEAN region.

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Interreligious Symposium on Grace

Speakers from five different religions will reflect on the idea of ‘grace’ in their tradition and deepen our understanding of the theme of God’s self-giving to human beings and our giftedness to each other.

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Faith 2 Faith Art in Public Spaces

Buddhist monk

Faith 2 Faith Art in Public Spaces Exhibition March 2013 is an event that exhibits the artwork of professional and non-professional artists who live, study, work or play in the municipalities of Brimbank.

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Islamophobia in the Netherlands

Book Cover, Islamophobia in the Netherlands

Since 11 September 2001 – and especially since the murder of Theo van Gogh – Muslims and Islam have frequently been unfavourably portrayed at the heart of public debate.

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Religions for Peace Myanmar Launched

Launch of Religions for Peace Myanmar

13 September 2012, Yangon, Myanmar: Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and Muslim communties in Myanmar together launched the Religions for Peace Myanmar as the country’s first full-fledged representative and action-oriented interreligious body for reconciliation, peace and development. Approximately 100 religious, diplomatic, political and civil society leaders in Myanmar and Religions for Peace International leaders joined the inauguration.

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