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The Relationship between Religion and Individual Rights in a Diverse Multi...

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Lecture Theatre 9, Faculty of Arts Building

Newnham campus

Launceston

Australia

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Religious and cultural diversity make for a rich and more vibrant community, but can also give rise to tensions when deeply held views and beliefs are in conflict. How should we manage, for example, tensions between the freedom of religion and the right to be free from discrimination on the basis of race or sexuality? Join us for a public forum exploring these issues.

Key Speaker:
Ed Santow
Human Rights Commissioner for Australia

Panellists:
Rodney Croome AM

LGBTI rights activist and academic
Very Reverend Richard Humphrey

Dean of St David’s Cathedral
Robin Banks

Former Anti-Discrimination Commissioner for Tasmania

Facilitated by Professor Richard Eccleston, Director, Institute for the Study of Social Change

Refreshments from 5.30pm.

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Lecture Theatre 9, Faculty of Arts Building

Newnham campus

Launceston

Australia

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