02201914 bahaiIt's World Religion Day! Bahá'ís believe that Buddha, Bahá'u'lláh, Moses, Muhammad and Jesus Christ are all manifestations of God.

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Source: ABC RN

02201904 muslimsaustraliaVirtual reality brings 'invisible history' of the outback Muslims who helped build Australia to life.

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Source: ABC

02201909 CERESTo support and resource 8 - 10 emerging young leaders and innovators from diverse faith and cultural backgrounds, who recognise the need to create communities that are rooted in the shared spiritual values of interconnectedness, reverence for nature, stewardship, compassion and service.

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Source: CERES Community Environment Park

02201911 mcjesusA sculpture of Ronald McDonald nailed to a cross — a spoof of the crucifixion of Jesus — has sparked violent protests in Israel, with rioters hurling a firebomb at the museum.

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Source: ABC

02201903 jewishbakersAustralia's largest Jewish community is found in Melbourne. Numbering 50,000, many are descendants of Holocaust survivors and refugees from eastern Europe who settled here in the 1930s and 1940s, and they live mostly in the city's inner south-east.

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Source: BBC

wihwWhen is it?  World Interfaith Harmony Week is celebrated annually on the first week of February (February 1st to February 7th).

What is it about? World Interfaith Harmony Week aims to promote harmony between all people regardless of their faith and non-faith. It provides a platform, one week in the year, where people of every group can recognize their common values, build ties with each other, and work alongside one another to bring peace and harmony to their communities.

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02201905 buddhiststupaShimmering white against the bright blue Australian sky, in a quiet corner of bushland 160 km northwest of Melbourne, a large concrete structure that is home to one of the most important artifacts in the Buddhist world is taking shape.

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Source: Nikkei Asian Review

02201910 ACUFramed by the concept of religious identities, join us to explore the latest developments within, and challenges to, comparative theology and associated practices of interreligious learning.

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Source: Australian Catholic University

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