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The aim of World Religion Day, held on the third Sunday in January every year, is to promote inter–faith understanding and harmony. Through a variety of events held around the globe, followers of every religion are encouraged to acknowledge the similarities that different faiths have.
As part of UN 16 Days of campaigning against gender–based violence Akidwa and Dublin City Interfaith Forum are organising a seminar to explore effective ways of addressing gender–based violence.
MEASC – Culture, Faith, Community !
This year, MEASC brings together in Herbert Park, artists, singers, dancers, and a wonderful audience making this event a very special celebration of diversity of faith, culture and community!
Celebration of Milad ul–Nabi or Mawlid, is the celebration in Islam of the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday. It is commemorated during Rabi’ al–awwal, which is the third month in the Islamic calendar. Muslims use this time to celebrate the life of the Prophet Muhammad.
The Five Marks of Interfaith Understanding offers us a number of attainable practical steps towards adopting the Dublin City Interfaith Charter and they suggest ways in which we can work together with our friends in World Faiths other than our own to develop a discourse of relationship and interest in one another.
This year’s them for World Religions Day celebration is UNITY.
Public talk featuring, Rev. David H. Clark (Leicester, UK) organised by The Centre for Interreligious Dialogue and Irish Council for Christians and Jews.
Celebration to mark the Bicentenary of the birth of Bahá’u’lláh.
Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Sister Nivedita (Irish born educationalist and national heroine Margaret Elizabeth Noble and disciple of Swami Vivekananda).
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