The ‘Children of Abraham’ organised this year’s panel discussion on ‘Preserving the Environment: Abrahamic Faiths in Dialogue’.
How can we create a diverse and inclusive workforce? What are the barriers? What are the opportunities?
How can we maintain the ‘we’re all in this together’ feeling post COVID-19?
One of our most successful panel discussions took place on 'Racial Discrimination & Related Intolerance' in light of increasing racism due to the coronavirus and the significance of the BLM movement.
Pearl of the Islands Foundation put together a panel discussion on ‘Women in Politics: Ways to promote cohesion in Aotearoa' in light of the general elections that will be held in September.
Pearl of the Islands Foundation (PIF) organised a 3-part talk series by esteemed Professor Douglas Pratt on Christian-Muslim relations. 1 – History of Christian Muslim Relations – 30 April 2 – Christian Muslim Relations in Contemporary Society – 07...
Pearl of the Islands Foundation (PIF) put together a talk on 'Healing after 15 March’ by Peace Advocate Farid Ahmed who shared his experiences and messages on forgiveness and love.
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...
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.
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.