Two representatives of the UK Bahá’í community presented to a selection of commissioners and members of the public at the first evidence gathering session for the Commission on RE, which took place on 23 February 2017. The main topics addressed in the Bahá’í presentation were the purpose of RE, the scope and content of RE is a changing world.
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The Broken Bay Institute in partnership with The Sociological Association of Australia’s (TASA) Sociology of Religion Thematic Group will conduct the 2016 Symposium on the topic of Religion and Young People Today – Diverse Beliefs in Turbulent Times Continue reading “Symposium: Religion and Young People Today – Diverse Beliefs in Turbulent Times”
The Tony Blair Faith Foundation and McGill University are delighted to announce an intensive training course entitled ‘Education and Security: The Challenge of Religious Diversity’. The course will take place in Montreal, Canada from 15-20 June and applications are currently welcomed from security, policy, education and development professionals and researchers. The course consists of a series of workshops which will explore policy options for countering religious extremism through effective education that promotes open-mindedness, understanding and dialogue within often complex faith-based and secular contexts.
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Project Interfaith has a library of recommended reading for Children. On this page, we append the recommended reading list for Children ages 3 – 6
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On this page, we list resources for the Baha’i Faith.
Curriculum Resources for Teachers
Baha’i on Youtube
Baha’ Education in Schools – Perth Baha’i Community
Resources for Baha’i Childrens Classes – Blogspot