Event categories: Lecture

The Saudi-led war in Yemen
Apr 5-2018

The Saudi-led war in Yemen

Date: Thursday 5 April, 12:00pm for a 12:30pm start Speakers: Tarek Al-Issawi and Dr Noah Bassil Facilitator: Quentin Dempster Please call 02 8065 2502 if you have any questions. Click HERE to register your free spot at the event. This event is free and open to the public. Due to limited space, we request that everyone […]

Affinity Intercultural Foundation
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Australian Religious Diversity in the 2016 Census: Recent Changes & Freedom of Religion
Apr 18-2018

Australian Religious Diversity in the 2016 Census: Recent Changes & Freedom of Religion

Date: Wednesday 18 April, 12:00pm for a 12:30pm start Speaker: Emeritus Professor Gary Bouma Facilitator: Dr Sev Ozdowski Please call 02 8065 2502 if you have any questions. Click HERE to register your free spot at the event. At Affinity Intercultural Foundation, our mission is to create and sustain enduring relationships with people through intercultural and interfaith […]

Affinity Intercultural Foundation
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Free
Giving Them A Voice: How Human Rights Safeguards Children & Young People
Apr 24-2018

Giving Them A Voice: How Human Rights Safeguards Children & Young People

Giving Them A Voice: How Human Rights Safeguards Children & Young People Date: Tuesday 24 April, 12:00pm for a 12:30pm start Speaker: Megan Mitchell, National Children’s Commissioner Facilitator: Pauline Wright, Executive Director, Law Council of Australia Please call 02 8065 2502 if you have any questions. Click HERE to register for your free spot. At […]

Affinity Intercultural Foundation
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The Struggle of Identity Politics in India
Jul 25-2018

The Struggle of Identity Politics in India

The Struggle of Identity Politics in India India is an important trading partner of Australia, a fellow G20 nation with over 1.25 billion people in a densely populated geography. India’s social fault lines are multi-dimensional based on caste, ethnicity, religion, language, community and even gender. Following independence, applying democratic governance was one of the primary […]

Affinity Intercultural Foundation
Past
Free
A Day in the Life of a Newspaper Editor
Aug 15-2018

A Day in the Life of a Newspaper Editor

About the Speaker: Lisa Davies | Editor, The Sydney Morning Herald Lisa began her career at the national newswire AAP, and has also worked for the UK’s Press Association in London and The Daily Telegraph newspaper in Sydney. Lisa joined Fairfax Media in early 2012. She has held several senior reporting and editing roles including […]

Affinity Intercultural Foundation
Past
Free