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Climate Change Community Organising Workshop – Melbourne, Australia

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Yarra Interfaith Network, Friendship Gathering – Melbourne, Australia

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Interfaith Event: Nonviolent Interfaith Leadership Program – Melbourne, Australia

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Interfaith Event: Faith2Faith, Art in Public Spaces Exhibition – Melbourne, Australia

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Faith 2 Faith Art in Public Spaces Exhibition is an event that exhibits the artwork of professional and non-professional artists who live, study, work or play in the municipalities of Brimbank. Faith 2 Faith includes artworks that express the features, benefits and challenges of interfaith dialogue. Faith to Faith aims to encourage people to address racism and intolerance through the understanding and acceptance of diverse values and beliefs.

When: 01 March 2013 – 28 March 2013   Where: 11 Sun Crescent, Sunshine.  Gallery open Wednesay, Friday, Saturday 10am to 2.30pm.  http://www.multicultural.vic.gov.au/resources/events-calender/faith-2-faith-art-in-public-spaces-exhibition

Interfaith Event: ‘Breaking the Silence on Spirituality in Australia’ – Melbourne

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Eremos Institute presents a Lecture and conversation with David Tacey and Cathy Connelly on Thursday, 16 August 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm at St George’s Centre Hall, 296 Glenferrie Road, Malvern, Victoria.

What is the immediate future for spirituality in Australia? Is it destined to remain a marginal or ‘eccentric’ interest? How can those of us on the edge speak to the mainstream? This talk will focus on the work of Aboriginal leaders, Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr and David Mowaljarlai and their efforts to create a ‘universal’, non-sectarian spiritual awareness in this country. Read the rest of this entry

Interfaith Event: ‘Tours to Places of Worship’ – Greater Dandenong

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The City of Greater Dandenong Interfaith Network’s, ‘Tours to Places of Worship’ on 8 August, will be an opportunity to experience cultural diversity in the local area, focusing on the religious and spiritual dimension of multiculturalism.  It’s an opportunity to be welcomed by a member/leader of each faith and to learn something about their beliefs, practices and community in Australia.

The tour will visit places of worship of local faith communities, including a Hindu temple, Sikh gurdwara, Muslim mosque, Buddhist temple, Christian church as well as indigenous sacred sites. For more information: www.interfaithnetwork.org.au  Read the rest of this entry