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Entries invited for 2018 Religious Short Film Prize

Wednesday 13 Sep 2017

Australia's unique religious short film prize is again calling for entries from filmmakers from around Australia and from religious or non-religious traditions.

Conscience and conscientious objection in healthcare

Tuesday 5 Sep 2017

The ethical challenges posed by healthcare professionals who wish to be able to refuse to treat patients on the grounds of conscientious objections is the focus of an international conference.

Launch of first-of-its-kind Report on Islamophobia in Australia

Monday 10 Jul 2017

Australian Muslim women who ventured out on their own were almost three times more likely to face harassment of an islamophobic nature.

Canberra honour for CSU Emeritus Professor

Friday 9 Jun 2017

CSU will honour former Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Emeritus Professor Ross Chambers in recognition of his exceptional services to the University and the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture in Canberra.

Fasting during Ramadan a pillar of Islam

Thursday 1 Jun 2017

A CSU academic says fasting during the month of Ramadan is one of the pillars of Islam practiced by the majority of Muslims worldwide.

Luther at 500 forum in Canberra

Monday 29 May 2017

A forum in Canberra on Monday 29 May will assess the continuing controversy sparked 500 years ago when Martin Luther nailed his '95 Theses' to the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church in Germany.

Faith leaders condemn Adani coal mine

Thursday 25 May 2017

In the face of political repudiation of scientific consensus about climate change, leaders from many religious traditions in Australia are championing truth and the environment over wilful neglect of the evidence.

Power and privilege fear love, the Easter message

Wednesday 12 Apr 2017

A CSU theological scholar says that Easter 2017 is marked by solidarity with the Coptic Christians of Egypt, and solidarity too with their Muslim sisters and brothers.

What do conscientious objectors to vaccination owe the community?

Monday 6 Feb 2017

A CSU philosopher argues that conscientious objectors to immunisation should make an appropriate contribution to society in lieu of being vaccinated.

A professional dilemma: nurses participation in legal executions

Monday 30 Jan 2017

The participation of nurses in legal executions is a dilemma for the profession and a CSU academic believes we shouldn't shy away from debating the issue.

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