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    10 12 2016: @ Essex Hall (UK)
    British Chapter Annual Meeting
    22 08 2016: @ Macedonia (Europe and Middle East)
    EME Region Conference 2016
    Read more here.
    06 08 2015: @ Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India (South Asia)
    Hiroshima and Nagasaki Commemoration Events
    About the Foundation:
    India is a land of religions and diversity. Our purpose is to bring this country back to its original ethos by reviving harmony and peace.
    The B. V. Foundation for the Promotion of Peace and Harmony was established in 2006 to promote peace in the Visakhapatnam district of India. Our CC holds monthly interfaith meetings, observes religious festivals, and organizes special programs to celebrate United Nations Day, International Day of Peace, and International Day of Nonviolence. We also visit religious sites to promote interreligious understanding and harmony.

    The B. V. Foundation for the Promotion of Peace and Harmony, a member group of the South Asia IARF region operating in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India, will hold a series of commemoration events of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, as it has done for several years already. The meetings will be held on 6-9 August at:

    • St. Josephs College for Women, Gynapuram (6 August)
    • AS Raja Jr. College MVP. Colney (7th August)
    • Dr. VSK Govt Degree College  ( 8 August)
    • NT school Akkyyaplaem (9 August).

    The meetings will be followed by an exhibition of Hiroshima and Nagasaki  explosions and screening of a documentary film.

    For details please contact Prof. Prakash Rao, Chairman, at 9032477463 or narava_prakasarao[at]yahoo.co.in.

    26 06 2015: @ Secunderabad, Telangana, India (South Asia)
    Human Rights Education Facilitators' Training Program
    22 05 2015: @ Worms, Germany (Europe and Middle East)
    German Unitarian General Assembly 2015 (The 29th ‘Unitariertag’)

    WHEN:    Pentecost 2015  (22 to 25 May 2015 )

    WHERE:  Worms, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany ( city of the Niebelungs, vineyards, and the roots of the Free Protestant–Unitarian movement )

    The Unitariertag is a unique chance to meet about 250 Unitarians and the independent Youth Group “Bund Deutsch Unitarischer  Jugend, BDUJ“.

    We want to discuss in workshops and during the meeting  the needs of our members living in Germany and those in the diaspora who are challenged with a moving society leaving the mainstream Churches (Roman Catholic and Lutheran) and finding very often their answers to their questions  in esoteric, humanistic and non-confessional communities.

     The congress language is German.  We can only sporadically provide translation. See 'More Information' from the link below, and refer to the flyers in German or English.

     

     

     

    10 05 2015: @ Kampala, Uganda (Africa)
    IARF Introductory Meeting – Uganda
    10 10 2014: @ Vineyard Educational Center, Webuye (Africa)
    Kenya Chapter Western region Human Rights Education day

    Various groups and religious leaders (Muslim, Traditional and Christian) will participate, as well as government officials. Administration and IEBC coordinators are among other guests.
    Joyce Wamalwa, who holds a Masters Degree in Human Rights issues, will deliver a lecture.

    21 09 2014: @ Vizag, Bengaluru (South Asia)
    International Peace Day 2014 in India
    24 08 2014: @ Birmingham, UK (UK)
    34th IARF World Congress

    Congr banner

     

    “Challenges for Religious Freedom in the digital age”

    Sun 24 >Weds 27 August 2014

    University of Birmingham,
    United Kingdom

     

     

    02 04 2014: @ Rome, Vatican City (Europe and Middle East)
    Guji Miwa keynote at ICD, Rome

    Guji Takahiro Miwa, a member of IARF's Council, has been invited to deliver a keynote speech at the “International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy & Religion” of the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (ICD), Rome & Vatican City; March 31st - April 3rd, 2014. 
    Speakers and Delegates will include over 300 religious and spiritual leaders, leading politicians and diplomats, senior academics and other dignitaries from around the world exploring the use and potential of inter-faith dialogue to promote discourse with the ultimate goal of global peace promotion and unity of faiths. 
    The Guji will give his address on April 2nd.

    13 03 2014: @ Room 21, Palais des Nations, Geneva (United Nations)
    Open/Interactive Dialogue with the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Beliefs

    This event is in collaboration with the CoNGO Sub-committee on Freedom of Religion or Beliefs.

    10 03 2014: @ Geneva, Palais des Nations (United Nations)
    IARF side event at 25th session of UN Human Rights Council

    Side event on The Rise of Religious Intolerance, in conjunction with the Annual Report of the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRoB) - part of the Programme of Work of the 25th Session of the Human Rights Council (HRC) complements the Special Rapporteur's presentation of his his Annual Report, which this year is titled "Tackling manifestations of collective religious hatred".

     

    06 03 2014: (UK)
    Religious Freedom, Sectarianism and the Bahrain Uprising

    Thursday 6th March, 6.30pm
    Khoei Foundation - The Stone Hall Chevening Road, London, NW6 6TN (nearest tube Brondesbury Park)

    With Sheikh Maytham Alsalman - Chair of the Bahrain Interfaith Centre

    For three years the Gulf island of Bahrain has been witnessing ongoing protests with a widespread demand for democratic change. With a majority Shi'ite population ruled by a minority Sunni royal family, sectarian tensions have added to an already complex situation. At the United Nations General Assembly in September 2013, President Obama highlighted Bahrain as a country with concerns of sectarian tensions. This was denied by figures in the Bahraini Government, but the demolition of 38 Shi'ite mosques, sacking of Shi'ite workers and students and now the closing of the country's main Shi'ite religious body, all suggest heightened attacks on religious freedom in response to calls for democracy. A US State Department report in 2013 was critical of the Bahraini Government's recent record on religious freedom.

    Sheikh Maytham Alsalman is the Chair of the Bahrain Interfaith Centre and Head of the Religious Freedom Unit at the Bahrain Human Rights Observatory. He has worked to promote religious tolerance and mutual understanding amongst the country's Shi'ite and Sunni communities, as well as with the other religions represented by Bahrain's numerous expatriate workers. Here he will present on the current state of religious freedom in Bahrain, his thoughts on accusations of sectarianism from both sides of the divide, as well as presenting his vision for reconciliation and a way for Bahrain to move forwards away from religious tension.

    With sectarianism a growing focus across the Middle-East, particularly in Bahrain, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq, Sheikh Maytham will provide expert and eyewitness knowledge of the current situation.

    09 02 2014: @ Tuticorin (Thoothukudi), TamilNadu, India (South Asia)
    State-level Interfaith Fest

    500 interfaith people from all over TamilNadu, including IARF branches

     

    07 02 2014: @ Tuticorin (Thoothukudi), TamilNadu, India (South Asia)
    Inter-college Human Rights Education program, Tuticorin

    200 participants and three facilitators

    03 02 2014: @ Brahma Kumaris (Global Co-operation House, London) (UK)
    Question Time - The religious perspective

    Brahma Kumaris, Global Co-operation House, 65-69 Pound Lane, London NW10 2HH
    FREE, all interested parties are welcome. RSVP using email given.

    Faith / Belief

    Representative

    Topics

    Christianity

    Rev Canon Dr Alan Race

    • Religion as Spirituality and not System

    Islam

    Sheikh Muhammad Amin Evans

    • Payday Loans
    • The Heroes We Deserve

    Hindu

    Satish K Sharma

    • A Monopoly on Heaven
    • The Return of the Infidel

    Sikh

    Charanjit Ajitsingh

    • True to own faith, true to Interfaith?
    • Missing girls, why?

    Baha'i

    Genevieve Seri

    • Redefining empowerment: building capacity in individuals without nurturing the ego
    • Adolescence …

    Zoroastrian

    Farrokh Vajifdar

    • Religion today: Cultural side-show or moral guidance system?
    • Keeping pace with change: Accommodation or compromise?

    Brahma Kumaris

    Sister Maureen Goodman

    • Compassion in healthcare
    • Violence against women

     Broadly based on the popular BBC TV programme that has been on air for 34 years.  To explore the religious perspective on current affairs at specific faith and interfaith levels. 

    If attending, you're invited to send questions to the organisers.
    Questions that meet the criteria will be sent to panellists to prioritise, and will be raised during the event.

    Even though a limited number of faiths will be represented on the panel, members of the audience representing a wider diversity of faiths are invited to participate. 
    Your emails on topical issues are welcome until 28 January. Please email your question to <pejman_khojasteh@btinternet.com>

     Sponsored by: Brahma Kumaris (www.brahmakumaris.org.uk); International Assoc. for Religious Freedom (http://iarf.net); World Congress of Faiths (www.worldfaiths.org)

     “There will be no peace in the world until there is peace among religions. There will be no peace among religions until there is dialogue among religions.”

    UN World Interfaith Harmony Week,  1-7 February 2014

    26 01 2014: @ Kajiado, South Rift Province (Africa)
    Human Rights Education and interfaith encounter, Kenya

    Hosted by Pastor Daniel Kimakon, of Enarau Full Gospel Church

    24 01 2014: @ Bangalore (South Asia)
    RFYN Summit 2014

    “Freedom & Rights of Young Adults in the Digital Age”
    @Montfort International Spirituality Center, Bangalore, India

    11 12 2013: @ Essex Hall (UK)
    Human Rights Day celebration, London

    Wednesday 11 December 2013

    A joint event with the World Congress of Faiths (WCF) to mark Human Rights Day (10 December), and the 65th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

     

    A minute of silence for Nelson Mandela

    Panel discussion, with:

    • The Rev. Marcus Braybrooke, President, WCF
    • His Grace Bishop Angaelos, General Bishop, Coptic Orthodox Churches in the UK.
    • Dr. Kishan Manocha.  Director of Public Affairs, Baha'is of the UK.

    Moderator -  Dr. Josef Boehle, University of Birmingham

    10 12 2013: @ Vishakhapatnam (South Asia)
    Human Rights Day 2013, Vizag

    10th December 2013 
    @GITAM University School of Law, Visakhaptnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
    IARF Visakhaptnam organises jointly with the GITAM University School of Law, a special meeting for World Human Rights Day celebrations. 
    At 10am Sri N.V. Badarinath, president of the Visakhpatnam Bar Association, will  deliver the keynote address. Prof. AnithaRao, Co-ordinator Academics and Prof. Y. Satyanaranyan, Director of GITAM  School of Law, will attend. Narava Prakasa Rao, chairman of IARF Visakhpatnam, will be preside. An interactive session with students will follow. All are welcome.

    30 11 2013: @ Nairobi (Africa)
    Kenya Chapter press conference

    International Life House Business Centre, First floor Board Room, Mama Ngina Str. 
    Meeting purpose:to bring religious groups together and introduce IARF to the public. 
    Guest of honour:  Prof. Nathan Kahara.

    06 11 2013: @ Sri Venkateswara Engineering College (South Asia)
    New Human Rights Education Centre opening near Chennai

    The Tamil Nadu State Human Rights Commission Chair, Hon. K. Baskaran, will inaugurate a new IARF HRERC (Human Rights Education Resource Centre) at Sri Venkateswara Engineering Technology, Thiruvallur. This centre will service nearly 150 colleges in and around Chennai, Kanchipuram and Thiruvallur districts, and aim to increase the number of facilitators trained to extend Human Rights Education in the region and wider South India.

    Welcome Address:  James Manoharan.

    Presiding:  Dr. Vasudevan, Chairman, Sri Venkateswara Engineering College

    Inauguration:  Judge K. Baskaran, Officiating Chair, Tamil Nadu State Human Rights Commission.

    Felicitation:  V. Rengapashyam, Advocate, Council Member IARF; Mr Senniappan, Manager, H R Atnel Corporation

    Introduction of  HRE:  Bro. Albert Xaviour, Council Member IARF

    Vote of thanks: Lakshmipathy Naidu, IARF India Chapter

    02 11 2013: @ Kitale, Kenya (Africa)
    First Kenyan HRE event

    In Kitale, capital of North Rift province, Bishop Michael Wafula of the New Covenant Bible Church will host a day-long introduction to Human Rights Education for the wider community. Attendance will include local leaderships such as chiefs, county representatives, Officers Commanding Police Departments, and other civic and religious leaders, as well as ordinary members of the Christian, Hindu, Muslim and traditionalist communities.

    20 08 2013: @ Unitarian Church, Horsham, Sussex (UK)
    IARF Peace Commission Conference

    Theme: RELIGIOUS FREEDOM & RESPONSIBILITY

    Co-Sponsored by IARF Peacemaking & World Congress of Faiths (WCF)

    Starts 20 August, continue though 23 or 24 August.  
    @Unitarian Church in Horsham  

    19 08 2013: @ Montagu Centre, London (UK)
    Younghusband Lecture

    WCF/IARF Aug 19 – Dr. Yehuda Stolov –Younghusband Lecture. “Building Peace in the Holy Land - IT CAN BE DONE”– Interfaith Dialogue in Israel.

    6PM Tea, 6:30 Lecture & Discussion..   Montagu Centre, 21 Maple St. London  W1T 4BE (tube stop– Warren St).

    08 08 2013: @ Hindupur, Andhra P., India (South Asia)
    Human Rights Resource Centre launch
    06 08 2013: @ Vishakhapatnam (South Asia)
    Hiroshima-Nagasaki Day 2013, Vishakhapatnam
    20 07 2013: @ Midview Central Hotel, Nairobi (World)
    First meeting of Kenya Chapter
    19 06 2013: @ Louisville (North America)
    IARF at UUA General Assembly

    Unitarian-Universalist General Assembly  June 19-23, Louisville: IARF-US booth in the International Village. 
    We’ll also be holding a reception to which you’re invited.  Time &  place TBC.
    Also considering sponsoring a visit to the Gethsemani Abbey, where Thomas Merton stayed.  It’s about 50 miles south, and we would be going by bus (or cars?) on Monday, following the GA.  We need to gauge interest before making arrangements.  Could you advise us if you’d like to be included?  FRENCHH  [at]  mailbox.sc.edu

     

    22 05 2013: (Europe and Middle East)
    Dutch Chapter AGM and event

    Annual General Meeting (13:30 to 15:15 hours) with IARF Interfaith Celebration (15.15-16 am) and interreligious boat ride (16-17 hours) in collaboration with the Utrecht Platform for Religion and Levensbeschouwig.
    Place: Geertekerk, Geertekerkhof 23, Utrecht (further information follows).

    18 05 2013: (UK)
    IARF British Chapter AGM 2013

    10AM-4PM Croydon Unitarian Church CRO 1ER (10 minute walk from East Croydon Station).  
    THE MEANING OF BEING A SURVIVOR.”(£5) register 10 AM. 10:30 Worship.  11 AM, Rev. Chris Hudson, panel. 12:30 Share bag lunch. PM: Women’s Role in Peacemaking: Kiran Bali, MBE, Charanjit Singh & Rubab Mehdi Rizvi; Circle Groups; AGM.  
    If you are coming, please phone or email Rev Feargus O’Connor, ggunirev [at] aol.com, Tel: (020) 7837 4472

    29 04 2013: (United Nations)
    UN Human Rights Council side event

    UN Human Rights Council, Universal Periodic Review (UPR)
    Side event on Freedom of Religion in Russia 
    29 April 2013
    in conjunction with the review of the human rights records of Russia through the Working Group on the UPR of the Human Rights Council.

    Jointly organised by IARF and Human Rights Without Frontiers International (HRWFI)

    Topics & Speakers:

    • The law on extremism – Alexandr Verkhovsky from Sova Center in Moscow
    • A number of court cases in Russia – Sergey Ivanenko, a Russian lawyer
    • European Court decisions against Russia in religious matters – Attorney Patricia Duval from Paris
    • Religious intolerance fostered by the state and anti-sect movements in Russia – Willy Fautré from Brussels
    19 04 2013: @ Worthing, UK (UK)
    Compassion Retreat

    IARF / World Congress of Faiths - Compassion Retreat  
    BK Lighthouse, Worthing.   
    See “Events” www.worldfaiths.org  or email Sister Georgina Long of Brahma Kumaris, gannlong [at] gmail.com

    17 04 2013: @ Osaka (East Asia)
    IARF International Council meeting
    12 04 2013: @ Nottingham University (UK)
    IARF Program, Unitarian General Assembly

    "Peacemaking and Inclusiveness" - Rev. Chris Hudson 
    April 12, Nottingham University
    Greetings: GA Pres Lis Dyson-Jones, Bishop Balint Benczedi & Rev. Maria Pap (Kolozsvar, Romania).

    23 03 2013: (South Asia)
    SACC Advisory Board Meeting

    SACC Advisory Board Meeting 
    Venue: Hotel Nandini, Airport Gate, Sinamangal, Kathmandu (10 minutes walk from the airport); Contact no.: 977-1-4473141

    09 03 2013: @ Bangalore (South Asia)
    Human Rights Education workshop-cum-Women's Day celebration

    Two-day Human Rights Education workshop-cum-Women's Day celebration - for NGOs and Masters students, in association with Brothers Integrated Rural Development Society (BIRDS), Bangalore.

    14 02 2013: @ Essex Hall, London (UK)
    IARF Peace Commission meeting
    23 01 2013: @ Marina Beach, Chennai (South Asia)
    Interfaith Rally, Chennai
    01 01 2013: (South Asia)
    Human Rights Education in India, January 2013

    9-10 January
    Govt. Arts College, Paramakudi Tamilnadu
    Dr. G. Rajaram

    11-12 January 2013 
    ASHA KENDRA, Pathanamthitta, Kerala
    Prof. Jyothiraj T.K.

    23 January 2013
    Interfaith Rally
    Marina Beach, Chennai, Tamilnadu
    Mr. K. Ramachandran

    23-24 January 2013  
    ASHRAY, Sonapukur, Rajarhat, Kolkata
    Prof. Asit Kumar Basu

    26-27 January 2013  
    Interfaith Organization, Divine colony, Balasore, Odisha
    Prof. Asit Kumar Basu

    29-30 January 2013  
    Mahila Vidyapeeth, Visakhaptnam, Andhra Pradesh
    Prof. N. Prakasa Rao

    11 11 2012: @ Africa East & West (Region)
    Africa tour

    From 11 to 29 November, Council member Rev. Takahiro Miwa, of the Hiyoshi Shrine, Nagoya, Japan, will visit Nairobi plus four West African cities (Lagos, Lome, Contonou, Accra) to meet religious leaders for talks about IARF work and realizing peace through religious freedom. He will be accompanied by the chairman of our Pakistan chapter, Rev. Jefferson Ghauri.

    30 10 2012: (South Asia)
    14th India Chapter National Conference

    @AdiChunchanagiri  Matt, Belluru, Karnataka.

    The conference is sponsored by His Holiness Parama  Poojya Jagadguru Padmabhushana Dr. Sri. Sri. Sri. Balagangadharanatha Mahaswamijigalu, of AdiChunchanagiri Matt.

    Theme:  “Collective Religious Responsibility on Sustainable Development”.

    The same event will feature an RFYN national conference organised by Prof. Anbumani Arumugham, RFYN International President

    30 10 2012: @ Adhichunchunagiri Mutt, Mysore, Karnataka, India (South Asia)
    RFYN conference, Mysore
    20 10 2012: (South Asia)
    Human Rights Education workshop

    To be held over two days at the Indian College of Teachers' Education, Vellore, TamilNadu. Facilitator Mr. K. Ramchandran.

    04 10 2012: @ Het Apostolisch Genootschap, Utrecht (Europe and Middle East)
    Fall meeting of the Dutch Chapter
    24 09 2012: @ Mannar College, Madurai, India (South Asia)
    RFYN International Conference, Madurai

    To be held in Tamil Nadu, this will be one of our first India-based conferences that will raise half its costs from local sources. 100 young adult participants are expected from around the country, of whom 20 are students from beyond India.

    21 09 2012: @ Jinnah Hall, Shaheen Chock, Sargodha, Pakistan (South Asia)
    Pakistan Chapter - International Peace Day 2012

    Promoting peace among religions. Chief guest Rev. Takahiro Miwa, Japan

    01 09 2012: (South Asia)
    South Asia events September-October 2012

    International Peace Day in South Asia, India Chapter annual conference, Human Rights Education in 6 locales

    25 08 2012: @ Kolkata, India (South Asia)
    Human Rights Education training at Bethune College, Kolkata

    40 student youth from different faith groups to attend, at  this first women's college in India, founded by Norman Bethune in 1879, 'A' level-accredited by NAAC and 'college with potential for Excellence' by UGC CPE

    01 08 2012: (South Asia)
    Hiroshima Survivor Peace Tour

    August 1-10, 2012

    28 07 2012: @ Hooghly, West Bengal, India (South Asia)
    Human Rights Education training at Raja Peary Mohan College, Hooghly

    35 students from different religious groups to attend at this famous college founded by Raja Peary Mohan

    27 07 2012: @ Mazhar Hall, Court Road, Sargodha, Pakistan (South Asia)
    Hiroshima-Nagasaki Peace Exhibition 2012

    This exhibition in Sargodha by our Pakistan Chapter displays material on the atomic holocausts at Nagasaki & Hiroshima, to convey a peace message about the financial and physical consequences of a race for nuclear weapons in a region with four nuclear powers (Iran, Pakistan, India, China).

    22 07 2012: @ Mennorode, NL (World)
    IARF Peace-Making Commission - first meeting

    To follow the EME region conference at Mennorode, Netherlands, 19-22 July.

    19 07 2012: (Europe and Middle East)
    Europe & Middle East (EME) Region Conference 2012

    19th to 22nd July 2012

    Hosted by the Dutch Chapter
    Venue:  Mennorode (www.mennorode.nl) in Elspeet, Netherlands (1.5 to 2 hours' train from Schiphol airport).

    Liberal Religion on ‘Hold’, ‘Play’, Or ‘Fast Forward’?

    For a long time, liberal religious people have regarded themselves as the avant-garde in cultural spirituality, progressive in their political outlook, and forerunners in philosophy and science. Are we still keen to take the lead? And if so, where are the leaders to be found?

    The envisaged programme includes devotions, talks & workshops.
    Starts 19th July with an afternoon programme; ends 22nd July after a morning service & closing ceremony

    Download flyer & registration form here

    Enquiries:  iarfeme2012  (at) gmail.com
    tel. +31 30 2210239

    09 07 2012: @ St. Joseph College, Vishakhapatnam (South Asia)
    Human Rights Education training in Vishakhapatnam

    Facilitator: Prof. Prakash Rao

    26 05 2012: @ Mandat International Delegates’ Centre, Geneva (United Nations)
    IARF Training on UN Human Rights Mechanisms
    19 05 2012: @ Unitarian Church, 1 The Croydon Flyover, Croydon CRO 1ER (Europe and Middle East)
    British Chapter AGM

    am -  “Challenges to Civil and Religious Liberty Today” (Anniversary of The Great Ejection).
    pm  -  General Meeting.  Elections.   Guests to discuss IARF “People to People Programme”

    Download more detail

    Planning to attend? please contact r.boeke (at) virgin.net

    18 04 2012: @ Osaka, Japan (World)
    Annual governance meeting 2012

    The annual meeting of the IARF Council takes place over two days in Osaka, hosted by Japanese member group the Konko Church of Izuo.

    30 03 2012: @ De Woudkapel, Beethovenlaan 21, Bilthoven, The Netherlands (Europe and Middle East)
    Symposium on Michael Servet

    Cost: € 10

    (1) Michael Servetus (Spaniard and internationalist) in the context of his time (a Europe without borders, the humanistic paradigm shift, the communications revolution by the printing press); 
    (2) The timeliness of the theological method of Servetus with openings to Judaism and Islam. Are there bridges between Christian and Muslim theologies à la Napkin?

    Speakers include:

    • Prof. Dr. Gerard Wiegers of Uniiversiteit of Amsterdam
    • Dr. Kovács Sándor, professor church history and history of the religions of the Unitarian Seminary toCluj-Kolozsvar, Transylvania, Romania;
    • Prof. Dr. Karel Steenbrink, Professor Emeritus in Religious Studies at Utrecht University
    • Mr. Jaume de Marcos Andreu of the Michael Servetus Institute, Villanueva Sijena and the Autonomous University of Barcelona UAB
    24 03 2012: @ Mysore, India (South Asia)
    HRE facilitators workshop
    It will be a brainstorming and interactive one with our past experiences. We need to implement and correct the contends according to our experiences and thoughts.
    New way of reporting informed by the RKK and the secretariat also highlighting the importance of the video recording .
    15 03 2012: @ Palais des Nations, Geneva (United Nations)
    NGO Panel Series on Human Rights Education in Practice

    In parallel with the 19th Session of the Human Rights Council, IARF co-organises a panel entitled Human Rights Education in Formal Settings

    03 03 2012: @ Keele University, Staffordshire (UK)
    IARF session at Unitarian GA

    IARF session at Unitarian GA Keele University, Staffordshire

    21 02 2012: (South Asia)
    Human Rights Education training in Bangalore
    @ L.E. Law College, Bangalore by Mr.Ramachandran and Shabeer
    03 02 2012: @ Hilton Oceanfront Resort, South Carolina (North America)
    IARF-US conference

    IARF-US conference, Hilton Oceanfront Resort South Carolina, in connection with UN-sponsored World Interfaith Harmony Week.

    Theme, “Faith, Interfaith, and Freedom”. Speakers: Peter Morales, UUA President; Kay Lindahl, Director, Center for Sacred Listening, and Prof. Waleed El-Ansary, Xavier University, Cincinnati.

    01 02 2012: @ London Central Mosque (Europe and Middle East)
    British Chapter event for World Faiths Harmony Week

    “HEALING THE WORLD  -  Oneness & Compassion” -

    12:30pm –  In the Abrahamic traditions (speakers draw on Isaiah, Jesus, Mohammed);  3pm – In the Eastern traditions (drawing on Buddha, Guru Nanak, & Gandhi).

    (If you wish to enter the worship area, women are asked to cover their hair.  All are asked to remove their shoes).

    07 12 2011: @ The Liberal Jewish Synagogue, 28 St John's Wood Rd, London NW8 7HA (UK)
    Annual WCF Younghusband Lecture
    Karen Armstrong will speak on "The Core of Religion" at the World Congress of Faiths. Karen Armstrong Karen Armstrong is the well-known author of many books including Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life. Tickets by advance only, £10 (£5 WCF members) from www.worldfaiths.org (click below).
    26 11 2011: @ Danielson College, Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh (South Asia)
    HRE program at Danielson College,Madhya Pradesh
    30 10 2011: @ London (tba) (UK)
    A Celebration of Michael Servetus

    A Celebration of Michael Servetus in London, music refreshments, and a brief lecture. Location to be announced.

    Date: 30, 31 Oct or 1 Nov.

    24 10 2011: @ St Nicholas Church, Bury Street, Guildford GU2 4AW (UK)
    UN Day – Guildford & Godalming Interfaith Programme

    LIVING FOR ONE WORLD – LIVING FOR THE PLANET – LIVING FOR THE PEOPLE.

    7PM – refreshments. 7:30 PM, Dr. Richard Boeke, Chair, British Chapter, IARF.

    15 10 2011: @ Worth Abbey, Turners Hill, W. Sussex. (UK)
    ‘Faith Versus Secularism’

    Rev Dr Marcus Braybrooke, President, World Congress of Faiths and Andrew Edmundson, British Humanist Association.

    Presented by ‘Faiths in Sussex’ at Worth Abbey, Turners Hill, W. Sussex.

    28 09 2011: @ RamaKrishna Mission, Kolkata, India. (RFYN)
    Friends in Faith for Peace Action

    RFYN Human Rights Training. Contact person: Bro. Albert Xaviour - xaveen (at) hotmail dot com. See program for further details.

    08 08 2011: @ Thiruvalluvar College, Thirunelveli, Tamilnadu Ethiraj College, Chennai (South Asia)
    Hiroshima-Nagasaki Day, 2011

    Commemorating the 65th anniversary.
    Photos | Report

    27 06 2011: @ Vidyavdharka PU College, Mysore (South Asia)
    HRE Workshop

    Human Rights Education Workshop. See photos.

    19 02 2011: @ Croydon (UK)
    ETHICS, ECOLOGY and the INTERDEPENDENT WEB

    One day conference in Croydon.

    29 01 2011: @ Bangalore (South Asia)
    HRE Facilitator Training

    IARF - HRE Young Adult Facilitator Training at BIRDS, Bangalore. A report is available.

     


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