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Upcoming Events
Spirituality and art in the modern world
Monday 21 November 
The AIS in partnership with Monash University are proud to present “Finding spirituality through art in the modern world: Jewish, Christian and Islamic perspectives” by Prof Ori Soltes who appeared on CNN, Discovery Channel and History Channel. Details
Muslim and Catholic Maryam Meal                   Courageous Conversations on Race
           Thursday 8 December                                            Friday 9 December
Taking Mary the Mother of Jesus as our inspiration, the theme of the reflections for the second annual Muslim Catholic dinner will be "Overcoming challenges faced by women of faith". Details
"Courageous Conversations on Race: Let's have the conversation"
By Glenn Singleton Expert
Hosted by the Equal Employment Opportunity Network (EEON) and supported by AIS
Past Events
The US Elections: What it means for Australia and the region
"Traditional alliances like NATO are now in question by Trump which worries Australian officials" said international security analyst Lydia Khalil during her presentation at AIS where she described the implications of a Trump presidency. Details

Stuck between 2 worlds: Muslim Youth Forum
Many youth feel stuck between the world of their parents and the world they grow up in. Five young Muslim 
panellists discussed this issue and offered solutions (video). Details

Third Australasian Conference on Islam

Organised and supported by Deakin University, Islamic Sciences and Research Academy (ISRA), Charles Sturt Univeristy, Australian Catholic University and AIS, the Third Australasian Conference on Islam explored the causes of radicalisation from theological as well as sociological perspectives. The conference, "Refuting the Theological Foundations of Violent Extremism and Radicalisation", academics offered authentic theological responses and sociological understandings of literalist/selective religious interpretations and radical narratives. Photos

The Australian Intercultural Society respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we stand. We pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.

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