Brotherhood of St Laurence

Freedom of religion and belief in 21st century Australia /

By: Bouma, Gary | Australian Human Rights Commission
Contributor(s): Cahill, Desmond | Dellal, Hass | Zwartz, Athalia
Publisher: Sydney, N.S.W. Australian Human Rights Commission 2011Description: PDFISBN: 095775888X; 9780957758889Subject(s): Religion | Religious Pluralism | Multiculturalism | Christianity | Islam | Muslims | Ethnic Groups | Human Rights | Migrants | Australian Human Rights Commission (ahrc)Online Resources: Electronic copy
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Bibliography : pp. 84-85

This research report has responded to the aims of the NAP in 'fostering connections and understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims'. But, considering that other previous and current work has focused specifically on Muslim communities, this research has taken a broader approach. It researched and documents the general issues and concerns of religious and non-religious communities in Australia, principally based on direct consultation with the Australian people. Data from the face-to-face consultations and written submissions provided a valuable perspective on religion in general and religious groups in Australia.

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