RMIT Centre for Global Research Report, in collaboration with the ICV, Moreland City Council and Hume City Council title “Religious visibility, disadvantage and bridging social capital: a comparative investigation of multicultural localities in Melbourne’s north”
Religion & Refugees: Prof Gillian Triggs to launch Dr Sue Ennis’ new book
Professor Gillian Triggs will launch Dr Susan Ennis’ new book: Religion, Spirituality, and the Refugee Experience in Melbourne, Australia, 1990s-2010 (Palgrave Macmillian, UK. 2016).
Human Existence, Religions and the Digital World
World Interfaith Harmony Week – a United Nations Observance – takes place in the first week of February, each year. The University of Melbourne Chaplaincy and Religions for Peace Victoria conducted a free lecture: Human Existence, Religions and the Digital World at Melbourne University on Tuesday 2nd February 2016. The Lecture was given by by Professor Peter Horsfield, Professor of Communication, RMIT University. Here, we provide a summary selection from this lecture and provide a download of the full lecture and slides.