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Education about religions and beliefs in Victoria Events

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Australian Association for the Study of Religion Conference, University of Adelaide
Dr Anna Halafoff spoke on ‘Revisiting the Russell Report on Religious Instruction in Victoria’ at the Australian Association for the Study of Religion Conference at the University of Adelaide in October, 2013.

 

Religion and Diversity Progrm
Whose Religion?: Education about Religion in Public Schools
Dr Anna Halafoff participated in the Religion and Diversity Program’s SSHRC Funded Workshop on Whose Religion?: Education about Religion in Public Schools in Ottawa on November 4-5, 2013. This Workshop included international experts in the field of Education about Religions and Beliefs. Dr Halafoff presented on ‘The ‘Religion in Schools Debate’ in Victoria’ and has been invited to submit a chapter for publication in an edited collection arising from the Workshop.

 

International Society for the Sociology of Religion Conference, Turku, Finland
Dr Anna Halafoff and Prof. Gary D. Bouma co-convened a session on 'Religious Diversity and Religions and Beliefs Education' at the 2013 International Society for the Sociology of Religion conference in Helsinki, in June 2013, featuring presentations from leading ERB experts, including Religion and Diversity Program scholar from Canada and Warwick University’s Religions and Education Research Unit (WRERU).

 

Religions and Beliefs Education in Victoria Roundtable
Dr Anna Halafoff was an invited presenter and co-organiser with the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship, Department of Premier and Cabinet’s, Multifaith Advisory Group of the Religions and Beliefs Education in Victoria Roundtable at Treasury Place, Melbourne, Australia in December 2012.

 

Reclaiming Multiculturalism Conference
Dr Anna Halafoff presented on ‘The “Religion and Schools Debate” in Victoria’, at the Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation’s Reclaiming Multiculturalism Conference at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, in November 2012.

 

Reforming Religious and Ethics Education in State Primary Schools Humanist Society of Victoria Public Forum
Dr Anna Halafoff was a Keynote Speaker on ‘Religion and Beliefs Education in Victoria’, at the Reforming Religious and Ethics Education in State Primary Schools, Humanist Society of Victoria Public Forum, at the State Library of Victoria, in November 2012.

 

Victorian Interfaith Networks - Faith Communities Council of Victoria Annual Conference
Dr Anna Halafoff was an Invited Speaker on ‘Religion and Beliefs Education in Victoria’,Victorian Interfaith Networks - Faith Communities Council of Victoria Annual Conference. Fitzroy Town Hall, Melbourne, Victoria, in October 2012.

 

Multiple Religious Modernites, Australian Association for the Study of Religion Conference
Dr Anna Halafoff presented on ‘Reviewing Religious Instruction in Victoria’s Schools’, Multiple Religious Modernites, Australian Association for the Study of Religion Conference, University of Western Sydney in October, 2012.

 

New Forms of Public Religion, Religion and Society Project Conference, Cambrdge University
Dr Anna Halafoff presented on ‘“It will take a Court case”: Reviewing Religious Instruction in Victoria’s Schools’, New Forms of Public Religion, Religion and Society Project Conference, St John’s College, Cambrdge University in September 2012.

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20th November 2013