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Friday 30th December 2016

Categories:
All faiths, Integration, Mutuality, Pluralism, Respect, United

Another incurable, ugly disease: Far–right populism

30 December 2016
The year 2016 has been scarred by a persistent contagion – the resurgence of far–right populism.

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Saturday 24th December 2016

Categories:
All faiths, Integration, Mutuality, Pluralism, Respect, United

Terrorist attack in Ireland ‘cannot be ruled out’

Niamh Lyons

December 24 2016

Enda Kenny said that larger security forces than Ireland’s had failed to prevent attacks in Germany and FranceBORIS ROESSLER/EPAShareSave
Ireland must remain vigilant about a potential terror attack,...

Thursday 22nd December 2016

Categories:

Religion still matters, whatever your beliefs

Tim Montgomerie
22 December 2016
Lack
of seriousness about the authority of religious texts and traditions —
an unseriousness that amounts to complete ignorance in many cases —
explains why the...

Wednesday 21st December 2016

Categories:
All faiths, Bahà'í, Buddhism, Christian, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Integration, Mutuality, Pluralism, Respect, United

Dublin City Interfaith Charter signed for all religions in the city

Lord Mayor calls for people to take in Syrian families as they are ‘our brothers and sisters’20 December 2016
Patsy McGarry
Mr Carr was speaking at the Mansion House where members of...

Monday 19th December 2016

Categories:
All faiths, Bahà'í, Buddhism, Christian, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism, Integration, Mutuality, Pluralism, Respect, United

Launch of Dublin City Interfaith Charter

The Lord Mayor of Dublin Brendan Carr launches the newly adopted Charter of the Dublin City Interfaith Forum at a reception in the Mansion House, Dawson Street, at 11.30 a.m....

Friday 2nd December 2016

Categories:
All faiths, Integration, Mutuality, Pluralism, Respect, United

‘We need to teach world religions and ethics in our classrooms’

In my opinion… Cecelia Gavigan
Cecelia Gavigan, a primary school teacher in Balbriggan, Co Dublin.

The proposed introduction of a new Education about Religions and Beliefs
and Ethics (ERBE) curriculum has become...

Saturday 19th November 2016

Categories:
All faiths, Bahà'í, Buddhism, Christian, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism, Integration, Mutuality, Pluralism, Respect, United

Kids 4 Peace visit Ireland

Kids 4 Peace visit Ireland
Friday, 18th November 2016
This week saw the first visit to Ireland of a delegation from Kids4Peace, a small Jerusalem based NGO. This is a grassroots interfaith...

Thursday 20th October 2016

Categories:
Integration, Mutuality, Pluralism

How Burkina Faso’s different religions live in peace

 13 October 2016
The Pope has invited Burkina Faso’s president to the Vatican later this month to see what can be learnt from the West African nation’s example of religious tolerance....