Tuesday, 2 September 2014

COMMON celebrates UN International Peace Day at Melbourne's Unitarian Peace Church. Museum of World Religions for Melbourne is on the agenda.

invites you to:
UN International Peace Day event - Sharing our Heritage

Date: Sunday 21st September 2014  
Time: 2-5pm
110 Grey Street, East Melbourne

Every religion, faith & belief has had an impact in history. Through the lessons of the past, we can acknowledge and move forward. Especially at this time, we must learn about each other. In Taiwan there is a Museum of World Religions. Could a Museum of World Religions, faiths and beliefs play a  role in Australian society?   
Representatives from the various museums in Melbourne including Jewish, Islamic, Indian, Unitarian and Aboriginal communities will be talking about their experiences.
Glenda Smith from Museum of Australian Democracy (Old Parliament House, Canberra) is our Special Guest.
Light vegetarian refreshments served. 
Places are limited. So please book early.
RSVP via: Email: Jessieeks@hotmail.com SMS: 0411 300 655

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