4th May 2017
What are the challenges of following faith whilst living in Australia and in particular, how do faith leaders from the Jewish and Islamic communities apply laws from different systems to individual and business circumstances?
What are the important institutions that ensure that one’s religion has the space to be practiced while working with in an Australian context?
Anthea Hancocks, CEO of the Scanlon Foundation will chair this important discussion between Imam Moustapha Sarakibi, National Secretary of the Board of Imams and Nadav Prawer Lecturer at Sir Zelman Cowen Centre who have accepted the invitation to speak to these topics and more on Thursday 4 May 2017.
Many Melburnians are unfamiliar with the expectations of faith and the flexibility that exists or that may need to be interpreted for new situations.
This is truly a remarkable conversation under the Chatham House rule that can not be missed.
Venue: fortyfive downstairs
45 Flinders Lane Melbourne 3000
4th May 2017, 5:15pm - 7:00pm
Ticket Price includes GST
Bookings Close: 4th May 2017