Members of the MELBOURNE Abrahamic Alliance, Initiatives of Change And UWA Centre for Muslim States and Societies would like to warmly invite you to join a conversation around one of the shared and central traditions of the three Abrahamic Faiths: "Love Your Neighbour"
Nearly 300 community leaders and activists from Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, including 22 from Fiji, attended the 'Australia as a Neighbour' conference 12-16 January looking at the twin themes of relationships between communities in Australia and the role Australia plays in the region.
Australia was making the same mistakes in its relationship with Pacific nations as with its own indigenous peoples, claimed award-winning Solomon Islands based journalist Mary Louise O'Callaghan at a public forum in Melbourne on 13 January.
Bishop George Browning, Anglican Bishop of Canberra and Gouburn, said it would not be morally responsible for a citizen to vote for any contesting party which did not have a credible climate change policy. He was giving the keynote address at the opening of the "Australia as a Neighbour" conference organised by Initiatives of Change in Melbourne.
El consejero se refería al estreno mundial del nuevo documental “El Imán y el Pastor”, producida y dirigida por FLTfilms de Iniciativas de Cambio. Este lanzamiento se llevó a cabo en la sede de las Naciones Unidas en Nueva York, para el cual el nigeriano Representante Permanente para la ONU fue el anfitrión.
As tensions in Fiji mounted over the threat of a military coup, a major international IofC conference entitled New hope from Fiji: making this a vision possible took place in the capital, Suva, with joint sponsorship from the Fijian government’s Ministry of Reconciliation and National Unity and the New Zealand government.
The Counselor was speaking of the world premiere of the new film by IofC's FLTfilms, “The Imam and the Pastor,” at the United Nations headquarters in New York, hosted by the Nigerian Permanent Representative to the UN.