Climate change: Young Christians call on EU to commit to eco-justice

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The EU is among the major players in the global climate negotiations. The EU is committed to adopting the principles of its climate policy and objectives for 2030 at the meeting of the European Council in October 2014. The conference offered a space for an exchange of views and raised specific concerns related to the Christian and youth perspective. The main point was the close and inseparable link between climate change and justice.

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Youth and Interfaith Dialogue

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Scarboro Missions (the home of the Golden Rule Poster) have compiled a worldwide listing of Youth and Interfaith Dialogue. This is created as a networking tool to facilitate and empower communication between local interfaith initiatives. In addition to the main directory, you will find educational resources, potential global partners, and other useful information.

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Kingston Interfaith Network Art Exhibition: Humanity, Harmony, Happiness

Kingston Interfaith Network and City of Kingston invite you to an Interfaith Art Exhibition – Humanity, Harmony and Happiness.

On Tuesday 5th of August, the Kingston Interfaith Network launched its annual Art Exhibition at St Nicholas Gallery Mordialloc. The event was opened by Mayor Councillor Paul Peulich and well attended by faith leaders, artists and local community.

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Australia: Students visit Ahmadiyya mosque

On 21st and 25th of August 2014 more than 280 students and staff of Padua College Melbourne visited the Ahmadiyya mosque and community centre ‘Bait-ul-Salam’ (House of Peace) in Langwarrin. The students were given a brief presentation on history and teachings of Islam by Imam Janud of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Victoria.

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