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Invites you to join our Online presentation by Professor Joe Camilleri on:

                                     Religious Persecution

Dear Friend,

It is with great pleasure we welcome Professor Joe Camilleri to speak on Religious Persecution.

The talk will be available for those who wish to attend in person and online, however, please note that

Professor Camilleri has expressed the wish to have as many people present in person as possible.

Watch this space for further details, as they become available.

But get in early, and book now, as places are limited.

Persecution lies at the intersection of interfaith relations and the relationship between state and religion.

It remains one of the great challenges facing our world today, and a central concern to the work of Monash Interfaith Gathering (MIG).

  • What is the relationship between religion and persecution?
  • What different forms does persecution take?
  • What are its causes, motives and who is behind it?
  • What can we do – globally, nationally, as communities, and as individuals – about persecution?
  • How are we to move beyond persecution to the dialogue of religions, cultures and civilisations?

MIG welcomes Professor Joseph Camilleri, who will speak on the subject of Religion and Persecution.

Please join us for a stimulating evening,

       Thursday, 16th February 2023

       6.50 pm for 7.00 to 9.00pm

In Person at Monash Council,

293 Springvale Rd, Glen Waverley VIC 3150.

Register Now:


 Religious Persecution – IN PERSON Tickets, Monash Council Hall, Glen Waverley | TryBooking Australia

       Thursday, 16th February 2023

          6.50 pm for 7.00 to 9.00pm

Register Now:

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Religious Persecution – VIRTUAL Tickets | TryBooking Australia

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Joseph A. Camilleri OAM is Emeritus Professor, La Trobe University and Managing Director of Alexandria Agenda.

He was founding Director of the Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University (2006-2012), and has authored or edited over

thirty books and more than 100 book chapters and journal articles.

He has lectured and worked with many organisations in Australia and internationally around issues of governance,

the role of religion and culture in society, the dialogue of religions and cultures, education, dialogue, peace and security, and human rights.

In recent years he has convened some twenty national and international dialogues and conferences.

He is the recipient of the Order of Australia Medal, a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences, and

Convener of Conversation at the Crossroads. (

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