Pre-Parliament Event, Melbourne: Many Faiths - One Humanity
A Professional Development Seminar on Interfaith Education for Justice and Peace

Organised by: Edmund Rice Education Australia and the Multi-Faith Centre, Griffith University


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Monday, 4th May, 2009, Edmund Rice Education

Many Faiths - One Humanity:

A Professional Development Seminar on Interfaith Education for Justice and Peace

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Professor Toh Swee-Hin
Laureate, UNESCO Prize for Peace Education (2000)
“How religions together can make a World of Difference”


PANEL

Faith Leaders from Different Traditions

For schools, educators and communities:

Participants joined with teachers and educators from faith-based and state schools and the wider community to explore how we can support students to make a difference in their local and global communities.

A Variety of Workshops included:

• Tool Box of Practical Ideas: Lessons, simulations, IT activities
• Frameworks for Interfaith Education for Justice and Peace
• Service Learning as a Pedagogy for Engaging with the Community
• Promoting Faith Development in Young People
• Global Education throughout the Curriculum
• Promoting Dialogue through Innovative Teaching and Learning

 


Location of event:

Edmund Rice Education Australia
9 The Vaucluse,
Richmond, VIC
Australia

Date and Time:

Monday, 4th May, 2009

9am-3pm

Contact for event inquiries:

Brian Garrone
Ph: (03) 9426 3208
brian.garrone@erea.edu.au