IARF Peace Commission Conference 2013


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

Starts 20 August, continue though 23 or 24 August.  
@Unitarian Church in Horsham 
(25 minutes from Gatwick Airport, one hour from London) rooms in the Travelodge 100 yards away.
Registration, room and board: £260 (approx  $390 US), reduced for shared rooming.
£50 each for non-residential registration if lodging & supper not required.

Full registration has now closed. 

Registration with meals but without accommodation will remain open until 15 August: £50 by cheque to “Horsham Interfaith Forum” c/o Richard Boeke 16 St. Mary’s Gardens, Horsham, RH12 1JP

IARF-WCF Horsham 2013 – Conference Poster
(Conference Poster — one-page print version)

IARF 2013 Horsham – Daily Schedule

Facebook page

Attending to speak and lead sessions: 

Rev. Chris Hudson MBE, Belfast;
Dr. Marcus Braybrooke, President WCF;
Rt. Rev. Kieran Conry, Roman Catholic Bishop of Arundel & Brighton;
Dr Kishan Manocha, Director, Office of External Affairs of the Baha’i Community of the U.K.
Dr. Dan McKanan, Harvard; 
Dr. Shlomo Alon, Vice-President IARF;
Adv. V. Rengapashyam, IARF Council, India; 
Dr. Yehuda Stolov, IARF Council Member, Israel;
Professor Hal French, University of South Carolina, IARF US Chapter chair;
Sheikh Muhammad Amin-Evans 

Charanjit & Ajit Singh MBE;  
Dorothee Gehrmann, Germany;
Dr. Doris Hunter, IARF Council, USA;
Annelies Trenning, IARF Council, Netherlands.

Speakers’ bios

Outing to Worth Abbey 22 Aug  
23 Aug: Peacemaking Commission till 3pm.



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