20211018religiousdiversityinnewsroomsA lack of religious literacy by journalists – and a failure of news programs to feature a wider variety of faith leaders – is having an impact on the quality of coverage of major news stories and events in Australia.

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Source: The Conversation

20211017ARRCCThe GreenFaith International Network is planning a second global, multi-faith day of climate action over the period of 48 hours on 17-18 October 2021.

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Source: ARRCC

20210102vmcGrants of up to $50,000 available to support COVIDSafe multicultural festivals and events.

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Source: Victorian Multicultural Commission

20211002religiousleadersvaccinemandateChurch leaders and the Victorian government are heading for a potential showdown on mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, with the Premier keen for double-doses to be a requirement to enter venues and events when the state opens up.

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Source: ABC

gary bouma

We are saddened by the news of the recent passing of our dear friend, Professor Gary Bouma AM.

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20211013 internationaldayThe International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief, observed on August 22, emphasises the significance of aiding victims of religious persecution as part of the UN’s efforts to promote Human Rights related to religious or belief freedom.

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Source: News 18

20211010 orthodoxOne of the oldest synagogues in the world is the Altneuschul in Prague, which was completed in 1270. The synagogue’s attic is said to hold the body of the mythical Golem of Jewish folklore.

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Source: The Age

20211003 profgaryboumaReligions for Peace Australia recalls Prof. Gary Bouma – former Deputy Chair of Religions for Peace Australia – Deputy Vice Chancellor at Monash University and Chair of the Melbourne Board of the 2009 Parliament of the World’s Religions.

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Source: Religions for Peace

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