The Australian Baha’i Community would like to warmly invite you and your family or guest to attend the Victorian launch of the Creating an Inclusive Narrative publication on Tuesday 4 May 2021, 6.00 pm – 7.30 pm, at Amargh Centre, 226 Kooyong Rd, Toorak VIC.
The Australian Baha’i Community presents the 2020 Social Cohesion and Inclusion National Conference online, from Monday 16th Nov 2020 to Friday 20th Nov 2020, from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm AEDT, daily.
The Australian Baha’i Community invites you to an online webinar where noted Australian author and sociologist Hugh Mackay AO will explore the lessons we have learnt from the pandemic, and the ways we might change as a result, on Friday May 29th from 12:30pm.
The Australian Baha’i Community would like to warmly invite you to attend the Social Cohesion and Inclusion National Conference on 8 November 2019 at the Harbourview Hotel, North Sydney. We hope you can also bring your colleagues and networks to engage in this purposeful space reflecting on the strength of social cohesion and inclusion in our country.
Q&As with speakers and panellists have been allocated generous time to allow conference participants to explore their presentations deeply. Participants are also invited to contribute ideas on how social cohesion can be strengthened and maintained in Australia in a roundtable session. These ideas will be distilled into a document to be made widely available.
The Australian Bahá’í Community will conduct a special service Fostering Peace & Unity, Christchurch Memorial Service on Sunday, 14 April 2018.
On Tuesday, 29 November 2016 the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, asked the House of Representatives Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade to inquire into and report on The status of the human right to freedom of religion or belief. That Committee has a Human Rights Sub-Committee which conducted the inquiry.
An interim report of the committee was issued in November, 2017. On Wednesday, 3 April 2019, the Sub-Committee tabled its second interim report for the Inquiry into the status of the human right to freedom of religion or belief. In this article, we select excerpts of the domestic experience of freedom of religion or belief as expressed by various religious communities in the report.