Religion, Conflict and Peace: Global Perspectives
Monday 7th March 2016 | 10.00am – 13.00pm
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Conference aiming to highlight the importance and relevance of religious and personal beliefs in everyday life.
DCIF continues its series of exploratory sessions of faith and culture with a presentation and discussion from the Dublin Buddhist Centre.
An exhibition and conference on the life and work of Margaret E Noble, also known as Sister Nivedita.
Dublin City Interfaith Forum will open the World Interfaith Harmony Week 1–7 Feb 2016, with “Faith In The City”, DCIF’s series of exploratory sessions of faith and culture. This first 2016 session will be held at the Indian Orthodox Church.
An informative session on the Irish electoral process aiming to encourage participation in Irish politics.
The third Sunday in January is annually celebrated as World Religion Day. It was established by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States in 1950 as a way to encourage interfaith understanding.
This year the theme is PEACE.
’On Human Rights Day, let us recommit to guaranteeing the fundamental freedoms and protecting the human rights of all.’
–– United Nations Secretary–General Ban Ki–moon
Chanukah –– the eight–day festival of light that begins on the eve of the 25th of the Jewish month of Kislev –– celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, of purity over adulteration, of spirituality over materiality.
Mitzvah Day 365 brings people each year, to take part in collective, hands–on social action projects which make a real difference to local issues.
Now a well–anticipated focal point in British Jewry’s annual calendar, Mitzvah Day galvanises participants – regardless of age, faith, affiliation, gender or socio–economic position – to donate their time and energy to a diverse range of causes that make a tangible difference to those in need around the world. We have seen that genuine community inclusion occurs when everyone, regardless of capability, participates side–by–side.