On Sunday 16 July, an excited audience gathered at Parramatta Mission to listen to our panel of Muslim, Christian and Jewish speakers discuss pertinent issues related to living in a multi-faith and multicultural society. The panel was moderated by MC Julie McCrossin. Please find below photos and video recordings from the event.
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About the speaker: Appointed as the Age Discrimination Commissioner on 29th July, 2016 the Hon. Dr Kay Patterson AO came into this role with strong involvement in issues affecting older people. Leaving school at 15, and then managing a small business, she returned to school and gained a BA (Hons) at the University of Sydney […]
On Monday 7 August, Professor Scott Alexander, from the Chicago Catholic Theological Union kicked off the Sydney leg of his Australia and New Zealand speaking tour with a presentation titled, Reforming Reform: Hizmet and the survival of ‘Civil Islam’ in contemporary Turkey. Held at Western Sydney University’s new Peter Shergold Building, the event was a collaboration […]
About the speaker: Professor Barney Glover commenced as the Vice-Chancellor and President of Western Sydney University on 1 January 2014. Professor Glover is an accomplished academic leader and experienced Vice-Chancellor. Previously Vice-Chancellor at Charles Darwin University from 2009 to 2013, he has a long record of success in university management and leadership, particularly in […]
Affinity’s Home Iftar initiative has been a growing tradition since its inception in 2006. This year was no exception, with 18 Australian-Muslim families across Western Sydney opening their homes to share an Iftar meal with non-Muslim guests, including representatives from local councils, government, public service, media, academia and various faith and community groups. These Iftar […]
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