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Islam in a Secular Society: Individualism vs Communitarianism

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Australian Intercultural Society

Ground Floor, Suite 2

441 St Kilda Rd

Melbourne, VIC 3004

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Tasneem Chopra

Tasneem is Curator, Consultant, Author and prominent activist, Tasneem Chopra’s passion for addressing social justice issues has embraced many platforms.

An independent Cross Cultural Consultant, Tasneem delivers acclaimed workshops on diversity, identity and racism to varied audiences from Supreme Court judges to kindergarten teachers.

Tasneem maintains her personal and professional experience inform her broader outlook on our social landscape where she advocates for social change and justice, particularly as these issues impact upon the disadvantaged and minorities.

Dr Meredith Doig

President of Rationalist Society Australia in addition to a professional company director and governance consultant.

Meredith has been a long-time community activist, lobbying on topics ranging from tax and industry development to social equity and corporate governance.

In 2004, she completed a PhD on “The Nature of Organisational Sustainability”, focusing on corporate responsibility and ‘triple bottom line’ accountability.

Dr Paul Monk

He is a prolific commentator on international affairs in the Australian media and may well be unequalled in this country for intellectual breadth and depth, but especially for his ability to rapidly apply that profound resource to challenges in the broad arena of human affairs.

He has had seven books published over the past decadeAfter completing his PhD in International Relations, looking at cognitive and policy aspects of US counter-insurgency operations during the Cold War, he worked for a number of years in Australia's Defence Intelligence Organisation on East Asia, with a particular emphasis on the challenge of North Korea, the stagnation of Japan and the rise of China.

He was head of China analysis in 1994-95 and has remained a widely consulted commentator on Chinese and international affairs since then.

Associate Professor Mehmet Ozalp is a theologian, author and academic and the founding director of the Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation (CISAC) at CSU. He is an executive member of Public and Contextual Theology (PaCT), a research centre at CSU.

Mehmet has worked in the interfaith and intercultural scene in Australia since 2000. In 2009, Mehmet founded ISRA Australia, an educational and research organisation focusing on providing information and educational services on Islam and Muslims.

Mehmet was a member of Harmony Reference Group established by the NSW Premier Bob Carr in 2003.

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A light lunch with coffee and tea will be offered. If you have any special dietary needs, please let us know when you register for the event.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us on 03 9867 2248 or info@intercultural.org.au.

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