NSW: Advancing Community Cohesion Conference

SYDNEY: With the background of anti-Muslim rallies being held by extremists in many cities of Australia, a number of speakers at the recently held conference at UWS warned that right-wing extremism was emerging as an equal, if not greater, threat than Muslim radicalisation in Australia.

Advancing Community Cohesion” conference was held from Wednesday 15 to Friday 17 July at The University of Western Sydney supported by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

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NSW: In Conversation : Religious Freedom In A Secular & Multicultural Society

In Conversation : Religious Freedom In A Secular & Multicultural Society is an Interfaith panel discussion hosted by St James Institute and Affinity Intercultural Foundation. St James Institue and Affinity Intercultural Foundation co-host a discussion between Human Rights Commissioner Tim Wilson, a Christian and a Muslim.

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NSW – February 2015

Members of Religions for Peace NSW Branch met at Parliament House. Discussion included the Sydney siege and the interfaith response to it, inter-religious events that had taken place or were coming up, as well as the various issues being tackled by the different faith communities such as domestic violence and the plight of refugees.

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