Parliament of World Religions

Greetings from Zoroastrian Association of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.
We attach a leaflet calling all Zoroastrians to a world event – Parliament of World Religions (PWR),
which will be held in Melbourne in Dec 2009.
Our theme is “Let’s reveal to the world the Spiritual Splendour of Zarathushtra”, using our Gathas wisdom, which we can share with humanity.
This is in keeping with one of the PWR themes: “Sharing wisdom in the search for inner peace.”
Of course, people can choose any topic on our religion but we aspire to make a unified approach.
We call on thinkers, scholars, artists, etc. to join us in this event, visit our beautiful country and experience the hospitality of the Zoroastrians of Melbourne.
We will appreciate if you can extend this invitation to your members.
Hoping to see you in Melbourne.
Perviz Dubash
PWR/ZAV,Coordinating Committee

Click here for the details :  pwr_brochure 

Melbourne, Australia —  December 3-9, 2009
Conference Proposals Requested “The Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions invites all people of faith, spirit and goodwill to encounter the vast and rich diversity of the world’s religious and spiritual traditions. Take part in over 500 events including keynote addresses, seminars, conferences, dialogues, performances, concerts and exhibitions on the theme: Make a World of Difference: Hearing each other, Healing the earth.
Key topics of global concern will be addressed from religious and spiritual perspectives. These include:
Healing the Earth with Care and Concern
Reconciling with Indigenous Peoples
Overcoming Poverty in a Patriarchal World
Securing Food and Water for all People
Building Peace in the Pursuit of Justice
Sharing Wisdom in the Search for Inner Peace
Consider submitting a proposal to present on one of these topics, or other areas of pressing concern. Full instructions are available online, as are registration materials and additional information.

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