After the initial sense of community togetherness in Victoria's first lockdown, the second half of this year has seen a much greater fracturing of social cohesion, with a corresponding increase in fault-finding and blame-shifting. In this webinar, we will draw on the experience and wisdom of three experts, who will help us unpack some of the questions that this social fracturing raises, including:
- racial and ethnic marginalisation
- who we most value in society
- who has been left behind by COVID response strategies
- what the approach of churches and other faith communities should be.
Our panellists include:
- Revd Professor Gary Bouma AM (UNESCO Chair of Intercultural and Interreligious Relations at Monash University)
- Dr Shireen Morris (Senior Lecturer in Law, Macquarie University, and Academic Fellow of Trinity College)
- Ms Debra Saffrey-Collins (Head of Chaplaincy and Diocesan Partnerships, Brotherhood of St. Laurence)
Moderated by Mark Lindsay.
Date: Wednesday 21 October 2020
Venue: Online Zoom conference – the Zoom link will be sent to participants the week of the webinar
Book: Register here
RSVP: Tuesday 20 October 2020
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