Religion & Ethics
The CSU Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture in Canberra will host an international conference on ageing and spirituality in late October 2019.
Research by a CSU PhD student explored the Australian Government’s counter-terrorism policies, and their impact on the Australian Muslim community following international terrorist attacks on and after 11 September 2001 (‘9/11’).
The CSU Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture announced the winners of the 2018 Religious Short Film Prize at a special ceremony in Canberra on Wednesday 8 August.
A new book by a CSU researcher about church engagement with people with disabilities was launched at an annual meeting of Anglican bishops yesterday.
The Charles Sturt University (CSU) Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture (ACC&C) will co-host the 4th International Conference on Receptive Ecumenism in Canberra from Monday 6 to Thursday 9 November.
Australia's unique religious short film prize is again calling for entries from filmmakers from around Australia and from religious or non-religious traditions.
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.
Australian Muslim women who ventured out on their own were almost three times more likely to face harassment of an islamophobic nature.
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.
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