Together for Humanity is a not-for-profit organization that is helping schools, organizations and communities to respond effectively to differences of culture and belief.
Via their various programs they aim to teach children and adults to replace prejudice, largely religious and cultural, with mutual respect and cooperation. The main focus is in facilitating Together for Humanity workshops, [...]
Australian blog on Religious Education discusses the specifics of Special Religious Instruction (SRI) in Australian Schools.
The Department of Religious Studies at Victoria University of Wellington is offering a range of cources on different religions, faiths and spirituality. It is proud to partner with UNESCO in pusuit of its mission. Undergraduate, Graduate and Doctorate degrees are offered to students by the Religious Studies Faculty.
Making Multicultural Australia is a website which aims to assist young people of upper primary and high school age, their parents, the teachers and the wider community explore our cultural diversity. It provides information on the contributions that different cultural groups have made to the development of Australian society and on the various views towards [...]
The Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions was created to cultivate harmony among the world's religious and spiritual communities and foster their engagement with the world and its guiding institutions in order to achieve a just, peaceful and sustainable world.
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The Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology was established by the Faculty of Arts at Monash University, in 1991 in order to among many other things, advance interdisciplinary scholarship in the fields of religion and theology by drawing on existing strengths in the faculty and university
Monash Arts at Monash University, Australi, is committed to promoting the process of interreligious dialogue through collaborative research and teaching projects, involving our three key centres:
1)Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation
2) Centre for Islam and the Modern World
3)Centre for Studies in Religion & Theology