Religious Communities Learning about the Vaccine
FILE PHOTO: A woman holds a small bottle labelled with a "Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccine" sticker and a medical syringe in this illustration taken October 30, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Religious Communities Learning about the Vaccine

The vaccine is safe to use from the religious perspective in that it is kosher and halal.

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Newsletter March 2021

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The Religious Diversity Centre Newsletter 04 March 2021 Kia ora koutou, warm greetings to you all.We hope that you had a good start into the New Year with its ups…

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Jocelyn Armstrong is awarded ‘The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lambeth Hubert Walter Award’ for her “outstanding contribution to interfaith relations in New Zealand.”

The Religious Diversity Centre Trust is glad to announce that Jocelyn Armstrong, founding chair of the RDC Trust, and now co-chair with Dr Jenny Te Paa Daniel, has been honoured…

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HOLY DAYS

BAHÁ'Í FAITH:Kalimat (Words), 12 July: the 7th month of the Bahá'í year.Kamál (Perfection), 21 July: the 8th month of the year.Asmá (Names), 19 Aug: the 9th month of the Bahá'í…

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Dr Maureen Sier speaks at New Zealand Parliament about “Protecting Religious Freedom and Diversity: The Role of Government in Interfaith Organisations in Promoting Social Inclusion”

Dr Maureen Sier, Director, Interfaith Scotland Dr Maureen Sier, Director of Interfaith Scotland, based in Glasgow, was a guest of the Religious Diversity Centre from 16 March through 2 April 2018.…

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