RDC Calendar 2022: For the month of June, the Religious Diversity Centre Calendar features a picture of the coast of Kaikoura.Listen to Jenny Te Paa Daniel as she explains the…
The origins of the Bahá’í Faith explained.
RDC Calendar 2022: For the month of May, the Religious Diversity Centre Calendar 2022 features a picture of the "Bathing of the Buddha". Caitlin Bush describes the ritual in this…
RDC Calendar 2022: The ceremony of Coptic Christian Baptism explained...
Dr Chris Longhurst - the New Zealander who was part of the 2020 KAICIID Fellowship Programme
An initiative for and with marginalised people around Wellington.
Beth Lew introduces a project in Palmerston North
RDC Calendar 2022: The picture of the month of March is dedicated to the Zoroastrians
The Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam explained by Dr Paul Blaschke
RDC Calendar 2022: Steve Drake explains the history of the Baha'i Fountain at the Ridvan Garden which is featured for the month of February
RDC Calendar 2022: Ram Lingam explains the meaning of the Hindu Feast Magh Snan which is featured for the month of January
RDC Calendar 2022: Explanations to the pictures used
Rod Oram reflecting on COP26
Glasgow" for the Religious Diversity Centre Aotearoa New Zealand during the time of COP26
Here is a short version of the video recorded at the event: https://vimeo.com/642214720/cb2ea1331c Full Video of the event: https://vimeo.com/636026569/c13af84850
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
Rod Oram in conversation with Paul Blaschke
Zoroastrianism is an ancient religion - and is all about Wisdom
The national Religious Literacy & Competency Survey The survey will gain evidence of the level of religious literacy and competency in the population. It will seek to discover the level…
Debbie Miller, the educator at Beth Shalom in Auckland, explains why food is important for religious practices in Judaism. https://youtu.be/5S8bBKMs9XU
The Sikh Religion - it's origins and meanings
Ramadan - nut just fasting for the stomach...
The Jewish community celebrated Pessach on 3/4 April and 7 weeks later, on 17/18 May, they will celebrate the feast of Shavuot. Listen to the interview on Muffin Talk with…
The Christian celebration of Easter - explained for people of all faiths
Baha'i Faith & New Year
Concepts explained: The meaning of light in Hinduism, Judaism and Christianity
Jewish Feast Days explained: Purim
Prof Douglas Pratt explains the importance in understanding Religion & Time