Date(s) - September 1, 2021
9:00 am - 10:30 am
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Faith communities are committed to supporting and encouraging responsible citizenship. Martin Luther University College’s Centre for Public Ethics; Citizens for Public Justice; the Bahá’í Community of Canada; and the Centre Oblat – A Voice for Justice are organizing an election virtual town hall meeting,
A Faithful Election Conversation 2021
September 1, 2021
Noon to 1:30PM (EDT)
The town hall will be a conversation on four pressing issues facing Canada: Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples; the climate crisis; poverty and growing inequality; and xenophobia, including racial and religious intolerance. Each of four issues will be introduced by a recognized speaker in the field, and political party representatives will be asked to respond.
You’re invited to register for this event and encourage people from your community and networks to join us. A Faithful Election Conversation 2021 will be posted on YouTube and available for you to host a faithful election conversation in your faith community.
Please register to attend using this link: bit.ly/FaithfulEC
Other participating organizations: Canadian Interfaith Conversation, Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs; Toronto Area Interfaith Council; National Alliance for the Advancement of Pluralistic Societies; Pluralism in Motion.
|Location||online from Martin Luther University College, Citizens for Public Justice, the Bahá’í Community of Canada and the Centre Oblat|