Pearl of the Islands Foundation (PIF), with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), Khadija Leadership Network (KLN), and Religious Diversity Centre (RDC), organised a panel discussion...
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Pearl of the Islands Foundation (PIF) in collaboration with Belong Aotearoa had the great pleasure of organising a public talk on ‘Promoting social cohesion between refugees and host communities’ on the 17th of February.
In a display of celebrating religious diversity and unity, the Pearl of the Islands Foundation (PIF) and congregation from the Holy Trinity Cathedral joined together for a Christmas Lunch, in Newmarket.
Islam, Christianity, and Judaism are all religions with their roots going back to Abraham. Our inaugural panel discussion, titled ‘Peaceful Communities: Faiths for Social Justice’ took place in early November at the Holy Trinity Cathedral, in Parnell.
Khairiah Rahman and Tayyaba Khan presented a talk on ‘Islam & Muslims in New Zealand Media’ in Newmarket on the 16th of October.
The Pearl of the Islands Foundation & Khadija Leadership Network co-hosted a dinner in Ōtautahi (Christchurch) to acknowledge some of the first responders of the March 15 terror attacks.
Pearl of the Islands picked up the Community Service Award and Yasir Demirbas was decorated with runner-up Young Muslim New Zealander of the year at this year's New Zealand Muslim Awards.
Pearl of the Islands Foundation had the pleasure in bringing Dr Jon Pahl, Professor at United Lutheran Seminary in Philadelphia, to New Zealand to speak on altruism and the Hizmet Movement.