Religions, Ethics and Education Network of Australia
What is REENA?
REENA is a working group of scholars, community practitioners, and peak body representatives working in religion and/or education in Australia.
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Religious Instruction Secretariat Role of the Religious Instruction Secretariat Instructor Accreditation Implementation Policy Program Content of Special Religious Instruction Program Approval Process Code of Conduct for SRI Instructors Forms
Religions for Peace Australia is required to gain the approval of the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development for any volunteer instructor to teach the religion of each faith tradition. RfP Australia works in partnership with the major umbrella body of each faith tradition, which has the responsibility for training and accrediting each … Read more
Projects undertaken by Religions for Peace Australia Religion, Cultural Diversity and Safeguarding Australia Publications and Papers 2009 Parliament of the World’s Religions Key Statistics for Australia Freedom of Religion and Belief in 21st Century Australia
Fry, Ian Rex, Dr. It’s Time to Talk our Way out of a Crisis, Dialogue on origins of Conflict Cahill, D, Integration of Immigrants into Cohesive Civil Societies: The Role of Religious Communities and their Leaders Cahill, D, Multicultural and Multifaith Bendigo: Returning to its past in a different way Ennis, Sue, Religion, Spirituality and … Read more
Global Religions for Peace Network International Religions for Peace Secretariat (New York) Worldwide Affiliates Global Women of Faith Network Religions for Peace Asia
Jump to National Multifaith Organisations Interfaith Networks Faith Communities Kindred Organisations University Multifaith Activity Multicultural Organisations National Multifaith Organisations National Council of Churches in Australia http://www.ncca.org.au/ Uniting Church of Australia – Relations with Other Faiths http://assembly.uca.org.au/rof/ Jewish Christian Muslim Association of Australia http://jcma.org.au/ Australian Council for Christians and Jews http://accj.org.au/ Executive Council of Australian Jewry … Read more
Membership of Religions for Peace Australia is open to all persons of faith and goodwill who are interested in and committed to global peace across the world and to social cohesion in Australia, especially between the faith traditions. There is an annual membership fee, currently at $40, set each year at the Annual General Meeting … Read more
Religions for Peace Australia has a Committee of Management, elected each year at its Annual General Meeting, held in April or May each year. For historical reasons, it is centred in Melbourne but there are representatives from associate branches in other capital cities. Currently these are in Sydney, Hobart and Brisbane. There are cognate interfaith … Read more
Religions for Peace Australia, Australia’s community-based interfaith organization with the largest coverage, operates as an e-network and so has no office or phone number. Contact is by email to the secretary: Sue Ennis wcrpaust [at] iinet.net.au Contact can also be made by hard copy to: Religions for Peace Australia, Box 1383, CARLTON, 3053 VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA … Read more
Welcome to the website of Religions for Peace Australia, formerly called the World Conference of Religions for Peace (WCRP) Australia. WCRP was formed in 1970 and is now the world’s largest interfaith organization committed to fostering peace between religions and nations and to social cohesion within nations. WCRP Australia was founded several years later, and … Read more
Service Agreement By using this web site and the material available through it, you agree to the following conditions: You agree not to infringe copyright or any other intellectual property rights in this site or the material it contains. Copyright in the material available at this site is owned by Religions for Peace Australia and … Read more