Everyone Matters – Toowoomba, a Model City of Peace and Harmony

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Sunday – July 14, 2019

Part One:

Q&A Conversation with the Toowoomba Interfaith Working Group’ chaired by

Bishop Cameron Venables, Anglican Bishop for the Western Region,

Chair of Toowoomba Interfaith Working Group

Friday – July 12, 2019

Pentecostal 2019

by John Agnew, Chair of Downs and Toowoomba Churches Together

Sunday – July 7, 2019

One person's journey to the Baha'i Faith

by George Karko and Mark Jocumsen, Baha'i Toowoomba Local Spiritual Assembly

Friday – July 5, 2019

Choice

by Dr. Stephen Wanyonyi, Chaplain Coordinator, University of Southern Queensland

Sunday – June 30, 2019

‘Part Six:

How We See the Life of Jesus Christ from the Christadelphian perspective

by Jagdish Narayan

Friday – June 28, 2019

Promoting Social Harmony in a Diverse Community

by Imam Enayatullah Zara Q&A Session chaired by Nicole Rangiira

Sunday – June 23, 2019

Promoting Social Harmony in a Diverse Community

by Jamal Mohd Shamsudin, Chairman,

Allied Coordinating Committee of Islamic NGOs Malaysia

Friday – June 21, 2019

Promoting Social Harmony in a Diverse Community

by Ida Walker, Director of Public Discourse, Australian Baha'i Community

Sunday – June 16, 2019

Promoting Social Harmony in a Diverse Community

by Jagdish Narayan, Christadelphian Bible Mission

Friday – June 14, 2019

‘Pathways to Peace: The Role of Secular Institutions in Interfaith Understanding

by Weston Bruner, Director of Advancement,

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Queensland

Sunday – June 9, 2019

From Inclusive Growth to Inclusive Society - Challenges and Opportunities

by Dr. Hoon Chang Yau, Director, Centre for Advanced Research,

Universiti Brunei Darussalam, followed by Q&A Session chaired by Dr. Krzysztof Batorowicz

Friday – June 7, 2019

From Inclusive Growth to Inclusive Society - Challenges and Opportunities

by Professor Ken Udas

Sunday – June 2, 2019

We are One, but We are Many?’ by Bishop Cameron Venables,

Anglican Bishop for the Western Region, Chair of Toowoomba Interfaith Working Group

Friday – May 31, 2019

‘Part Seven: 360 Quotes of Hinduism

by Sarwan Narayan, Hindu Activist

Sunday – May 26, 2019

Gender Balance

by Mahsa Nabizada, Member of Toowoomba Youth Peace Group

Friday – May 24, 2019

How does Multifaith Awareness Influence Education? Sharing Experiences on Multifaith Dialogue’

by H. E. Mr. Diekumpuna Sita N'sadisi José, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Angola to UNESCO

Sunday – May 19, 2019

How does Multifaith Awareness Influence Education? Sharing Experiences on Multifaith Dialogue’ by:

  • Mr. Edouard Firmin Matoko, Assistant Director-General of the Department Africa of UNESCO

  • H. E. Mrs. Irena Vaïsvilaité, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Lithuania to UNESCO

Friday – May 17, 2019

How does Multifaith Awareness Influence Education? Sharing Experiences on Multifaith Dialogue’ by

H. E. Mr Anar Karimov, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Azerbaijan to UNESCO

Sunday – May 12, 2019

How does Multifaith Awareness Influence Education? Sharing Experiences on Multifaith Dialogue’ by:

  • Mrs. Ann-Belinda Preis, Chief of Section - Intercultural Dialogue, Sector for Social and Human Sciences – UNESCO

  • Prof. Alberto Melloni, UNESCO Chair Religious Pluralism & Peace of the University of Bologna, John XXIII Foundat2on for Religious Studies

Friday – May 10, 2019

Life of the Bab (Forerunner to Bahaullah)

by George Karko and Mark Jocumsen, Baha'i Toowoomba Local Spiritual Assembly

Sunday – May 5, 2019

How can education be used to promote harmony?’ by:

  • H. E. Mr. Mounir Anastas, Ambassador, Alternate Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO

  • H.E. Mr. David Measketh, Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Delegate of the Kingdom of Cambodia to UNESCO

Friday - May 3, 2019

How can education be used to promote harmony?’

by Professor Medwin Hughes, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Sunday - April 28, 2019

‘Part Five: How We See the Life of Jesus Christ from the Christadelphian perspective

by Jagdish Narayan

Friday - April 26, 2019

  • How can education be used to promote harmony?’

by H. E. Mr. Ghazi Gherairi, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Tunisia to UNESCO

Sunday - April 21, 2019

The Easter story’,

Past Chair of Uniting Church Presbytery of the Downs

Friday – April 19, 2019

Traditional Chinese Culture Trivia

by Kelly Ngo and Katherine Ngo, Academy of Sinology, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Sunday – April 14, 2019

‘Part Three: Christianity 360

by The Right Reverend Cameron Venables, Anglican Bishop for the Western Region

Tuesday – April 12, 2019

Code of Conduct from a LDS Perspective

by Evelyh Ray, Director of Public Affairs,

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ipswich West Australia Stake

Sunday – April 7, 2019

Decisions and Prayer

by Reverend Canon Richard Tutin, General Secretary Queensland Churches Together

Tuesday – April 2, 2019

The parable of the lost sheep; how God finds us, cares for us and rejoices

by Nicole Rangiira, Pastoral Care in Health Care

Sunday – March 31, 2019

‘Part Six: 360 Quotes of Hinduism

by Sarwan Narayan, Hindu Activist

Tuesday – March 26, 2019

Oman in its efforts for Tolerance, Understanding, Coexistence’ by:

  • Mr. Georg Popp, Vice-Director project Tolerance, Understanding, Coexistence,

ARABIA FELIX Synform GmbH / President BARAZA.ngo

  • Mr. Riaz Ravat, Vice-Director, St Philip’s Centre Leicester

Sunday – March 24, 2019

Oman in its efforts for Tolerance, Understanding, Coexistence

by Mr. Mohammed Said Al-Mamari, Advisor to the Minister of Endowments and Religious Affairs.

Director of the project Tolerance, Understanding, Coexistence Oman’s Message of Islam.

Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs of the Sultanate of Oman

Tuesday – March 19, 2019

‘Ethic, Morality and Causality Education:

The Influence and Contribution of Ancient Saints and Sages Teachings to Our World

by Mgr Francisco Follo, Permanent Observer of Holy See to UNESCO

Sunday – March 17, 2019

‘God Loves All Beings. Ethic, Morality and Causality Education:

The Influence and Contribution of Ancient Saints and Sages Teachings to Our World’ by:

  • Venerable Hyewon, Korean Buddhist Association (Kilsangsa)

  • Prof. Yanick Bruneton, Korean Buddhism specialist, Paris Diderot-Paris 7 University

Tuesday – March 12, 2019

‘God Loves All Beings. Ethic, Morality and Causality Education:

The Influence and Contribution of Ancient Saints and Sages Teachings to Our World’ by:

  • H.E. Mr Ali Zainal, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of the State of Qatar to UNESCO

  • Karine Martin, President of the French association of Taoism

Sunday – March 10, 2019

‘God Loves All Beings. Ethic, Morality and Causality Education:

The Influence and Contribution of Ancient Saints and Sages Teachings to Our World

by Venerable Master Chin Kung, AM, President and Founder, Pure Land Learning College Association

Tuesday – March 5, 2019

Maintaining social harmony through Morality, Ethics and Causality

by H.E.. Mr Agron Budjaku, Former Ambassador of the Republic of Macedonia to UNESCO

Sunday – March 3, 2019

Maintaining Social Harmony through Morality, Ethics and Causality

by Dr. Jeremy Smith, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Performing Arts,

University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Tuesday – February 26, 2019

‘Part Four: How We See the Life of Jesus Christ from the Christadelphian perspective

by Jagdish Narayan

Sunday – February 24, 2019

Love: The Biblical perspective

by Dr. Stephen Wanyonyi, Chaplain Coordinator, University of Southern Queensland

Tuesday – February 19, 2019

Part Two: Christianity 360

by The Right Reverend Cameron Venables, Anglican Bishop for the Western Region

Sunday – February 17, 2019

Part One: Christianity 360

by The Right Reverend Cameron Venables, Anglican Bishop for the Western Region

Tuesday – February 12, 2019

Maintaining Social Harmony through Morality, Ethics and Causality

by Prof. Dr. Enric Olivé Serret, Director of UNESCO chair for Intercultural Dialogue in the Mediterranean

Sunday – February 10, 2019

Governance issue and Creating Peace out of Conflict through Morality, Ethics and Causality Education

by Venerable Wu Shin, Executive Vice-President, Pure Land Learning College Association

Tuesday – February 5, 2019

Governance issue and Creating Peace out of Conflict through Morality, Ethics and Causality Education

by H. E. Mrs. Mariam Y. Katagum, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to UNESCO

Sunday – February 3, 2019

Governance issue and Creating Peace out of Conflict through Morality, Ethics and Causality Education

by:

  • Dr. Dov Lynch, Chief of Section, Section of Global Citizenship and Peace Education, UNESCO Education Sector

  • H. E. Mr. Flavio Mendez, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of the Republic of Panama to UNESCO

Tuesday – January 29, 2019

‘Part Five: 360 Quotes of Hinduism’ by Sarwan Narayan, Hindu Activist

Sunday – January 27, 2019

The Contribution of the Multifaith Dialogue for Peace in Africa

by Dr Emile Moselly Batamack, Professor of Philosophy, member of the Board of Institut Afrique Monde

Tuesday – January 22, 2019

The Contribution of the Multifaith Dialogue for Peace in Afrcia

by Rev. Father Guillaume Bruté de Rémur, Formative theologian,

Vice-chancellor of the Inter-ritual International Seminary - Missionary Redemptoris Mater of Lebanon

Sunday – January 20, 2019

The Contribution of the Multifaith Dialogue for Peace in Afrcia

by Prof. Camille Kuyu, Professor of Law, President of the Orientation Council of Institut Afrique Monde

Tuesday – January 15, 2019

The Contribution of the Multifaith Dialogue for Peace in Africa

by Mr. Nicolas Klingelschmitt, Consultant, Member of Institut Afrique Monde

Sunday – January 13, 2019

Science and Religion from a Quaker Perspective

by Taisoo Kim Watson, Clerk, Queensland Quakers

Tuesday – January 8, 2019

A Journey from Self-Hatred: Learning to Love

by Anne-Marie Doecke, Christian Meditation Community

Sunday – January 6, 2019

‘Part Three:

How We See the Life of Jesus Christ from the Christadelphian perspective

by Jagdish Narayan

Tuesday – January 1, 2019

‘Part Two:

How We See the Life of Jesus Christ from the Christadelphian perspective

by Jagdish Narayan