Forging a New Path: Multireligious and Intergenerational Advocacy for a Sustainable World

 'Religions for Peace'  offers:  Religions for Peace, in partnership with the City Council of Manresa, Catalonia, Spain and Religions for Peace-Spain-GTER, is honoured to invite you to virtually participate in the "At a Crossroads: A Multireligious…

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October Appeal

RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY CENTRE OCTOBER APPEAL—— Understanding, Appreciation & Respect  ——- Diwali - a public performance ??     Christmas -  Santa Parades ??Aotearoa New Zealand has become a multi-cultural country, and cultural…

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Baptism – Suzanne Max Gillies

RDC Calendar 2022: For the month of July, the Religious Diversity Centre Calendar 2022 features a picture of the “Baptism according to the traditions of The Church of Jesus Christ…

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Read more about the article Statement to the Government from Religious Leaders and Interfaith Groups of Aotearoa New Zealand regarding our national commitment to the COP26
Presentation of Statement

Statement to the Government from Religious Leaders and Interfaith Groups of Aotearoa New Zealand regarding our national commitment to the COP26

The Presentation of a Statement to the Government from Religious Leaders and Interfaith Groups of Aotearoa New Zealand regarding our national commitment to the COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland (November 2021) in Wellington, 19 October 2021

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COP26 - Maori & Pasifika Voices

Reflecting on the Maori and Pasifika voices at COP26

Reflecting on the Maori and Pasifika voices at COP26 - Jenny Te Paa Daniel (RDC Co-Chairperson) in conversation with Sunlou Liuvaie (Pasifika Trust, Palmerston North) and Rod Oram (New Zealand journalist, connecting from Glasgow, Scotland)

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