Roses of Peace Ambassador Programme (ROPAP) is a signature initiative to invest in the next generation of youth leaders. It is a one-year programme & will equip youth ambassadors with skills & competencies to play an active role in building bridges between faith communities & championing peace-building initiatives. This launch inaugurates the pioneer batch of ROP. Faith in Leadership Symposium aims to bring leading international youth & faith leaders to speak on topics relating to youth leadership & inter-faith engagement. We are delighted to have Mr Thione Niang from the United States & Mr Krish Raval from the United Kingdom for the inaugural symposium themed "Faith Leadership & Youth Empowerment in the Digital Age"
In conjunction with World Interfaith Harmony Week. Harmony Centre’s Mohamed Imran Taib will explore the concept of “La Convivencia” within interfaith community in Andalusia ( Southern Spain) , their challenges and how can we learn from this episode.
Wednesday, 7 February 2018, 7.30pm to 9.30pm at Harmony Centre Theatrette – special Harmony Conversation Circle (HCC). HCC is a platform for interfaith practitioners to get together and share resources and experiences in interfaith-related issues. For this session, titled “Interfaith Relations at the Brink of Modernity: The Andalusian Experience”, Harmony Centre’s Mohamed Imran will share salient learning points from his trip to Andalusia (Southern Spain) last year, where the concept of “la convivencia” (the coexistence) was a strong feature in the communal lives of Jewish, Christian and Muslim lives in pre-modern Mediterranean Europe. What can we learn from this episode and how can interfaith relations move forward amidst the baggage of history at the onset of modernity where Christian-Muslim relations, in particular, took a sharp turn? If you are keen to discuss this, do JOIN US! * Dinner provided.
We will be organising a large scale interfaith session in collaboration with the NUS Interfaith group, Varsity Christian Fellowship, NUS Buddhists Society and NUS Hindu Society. Participants of all faith and non-faith groups are welcome to join us as we explore the practices and beliefs of the various faith and non-faith groups, through light hearted, meaningful conversations. Students will interact with each other in small groups, get to know snippets of each other’s beliefs and form lasting bonds. Muslim students will be able to develop a deeper appreciation for Islam and this would reaffirm their beliefs. With more opportunities to interact with people of other faiths, muslim students will also realise the importance of learning more about their own religion so that they can better speak about it when questions are asked. We also hope that friendships formed through this event will last beyond the scope of the event, possibly through future interfaith events, strengthening ties between students of all …
It has been an amazing year of collaborations! And…We're extremely delighted to have done our first interfaith harmony walk together with Creation Care Singapore for Blue Ribbon Global's Young Interfaith Peacemakers Camp grin emoticon. The participants consist of Christians and Muslims from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The session was held at Masjid Al-Amin located right beside Mt. Faber Park. Started the day with a guided walk and ended it off with a touch of poetry from From Walden to Woodlands. There's so much to learn from each other and from our own faith traditions too.
From the "Being a Good Neighbour in the Abrahamic Religions" forum organized by the Blue Ribbon Global group. The event was supported by NUS Interfaith, Young Interfaith Peacemaker Community Indonesia and Harmony Centre as well. It was a resounding success, the place was packed to the brim with hardly a seat left! Congratulations to the organizers and a big thank you to Onepeople.sg, the guest speakers and the audience for a rousing evening.
A special Forum on Rediscovering Abrahamic Roots: "Being a Good Neighbour in the Abrahamic Religions". This Forum is part of the worldwide commemoration of World Interfaith Harmony Week 2016. Organized by: The Blue Ribbon Global Supported by: Harmony Centre, MUIS Singapore National University of Singapore Interfaith Group Young Interfaith Peacemaker Community, Indonesia