North American Interfaith Network (NAIN) 2015

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North American Interfaith Network (NAIN) 2015

Restoring Spirit Through Sacred Listening - July 19-22, 2015

NOTE: The conference is full and registration is closed.

Understanding works best when we identify common goals and come together in dialogue. Sharing the wisdom from our own communities brings us to the common goals of well being, social justice, community building, and respect for one another. Choosing the theme “Restoring Spirit Through Sacred Listening,” the conference brings together people of faith and non-faith, members of religious communities, academics, teachers, students, people who work in social development, health care professionals, people from the volunteer sector, and other members of the local community and from across Canada, the United States, and Mexico who are interested in social justice issues and cultural awareness. Hear from people on issues of local, national, and international importance with the goal of restoring spirit through sacred listening. Members of Regina Multifaith Forum, Multifaith Saskatchewan, Luther College, Campion College, First Nations University of Canada, the University of Regina, and the Cultural, Community, and Diversity Unit of the Regina Police Service have come together to organize NAIN Connect 2015.

For more information, please refer to the NAIN 2015 Pamphlet.

 

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