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Bryan Conyer

Bryan Conyer serves as schools program education officer for the Jewish Christian Muslim Association of Australia, which addresses religious intolerance. Contact him through Ginette Everest, the organization’s executive officer.

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Andrew Harman

Andrew Harman is an associate professor of applied medical sciences at the University of Sydney. He’s also a meditation teacher at the Sydney Buddhist Centre.

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Peter Harrison

Peter Harrison is a former professor of science and religion at the University of Oxford in Oxford, England, and an expert on the dialogue and tensions between science and religion. He is the author of The Territories of Science and Religion. He is now director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at […]

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John Marnell

John Marnell is the publishing and communications officer at Gay and Lesbian Memory in Action in Johannesburg and is often based in Melbourne, Australia. He has trained journalists from across sub-Saharan Africa on how to better report on LGBTI issues.

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Anna Parker

Anna Parker is also known by her Sufi name, Zebunissa. She is the spiritual director of the Sophia Wisdom Centre in New South Wales, Australia, as well as an ordained minister in the Church of All. Her spirituality includes the divine feminine, the teachings of Jesus and Sufism.

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Australian Religious Response to Climate Change

The Australian Religious Response to Climate Change is a multifaith organization of Australians committed to taking action on climate change through policy and advocacy. It is based in Sydney. The contact person is secretary Miriam Pepper.

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Neil Ormerod

Neil Ormerod is a professor of theology at Australian Catholic University in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He is director of its Centre for Catholic Thought and Practice. Anticipating Pope Francis’ environmental encyclical, he called it “a landmark in Catholic social teaching.”

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John Keane

John Keane is a professor of Politics at the University of Sydney and the director of the Sydney Democracy Network. He holds a doctorate and a master’s degree from the University of Toronto and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Adelaide. In addition to other research interests, Keane focuses on secularism, Islam, and Europe.

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