HarmonyWorks! Conference: Me to We
Calling out to all youths to come onboard this year’s HarmonyWorks! Conference, a signature youth conference exploring race relations. This year’s conference revolves around the theme, ‘Me to We’, where participants will engage on issues of casual racism, woke culture on social media and relations between locals and migrants, and dialogue about issues they are passionate about.
Register here by 12 July 2023! (Early Bird special ends on 5 July 2023)
By Being Bridges
Join a series of online conversations on racial and religious discrimination and share your honest and respectful view of how we can address such situations build a harmonious and cohesive community! Find out more.
Conversations for Awareness on Religion and the Environment
By Institute of Chinese Buddhism
Conversations for Awareness on Religion and the Environment, is a series of dialogues to discuss religion and climate change across different disciplinaries and intersections to inspire care for the environment. An expert panel represented by the religious leaders and environmental activist will almagamate religious values and scientific understanding onto the environmental crisis, to inspire care for the environment. At the end of each dialogue, participants can sign up as volunteers onto existing programmes or join groups that deal with environmental concerns, and further pitch ideas! Find out more.
hash.peace Conversational Series 2021
The hash.peace Conversation Series takes a critical look at the many facets in which inter-racial and inter-religious issues affect society. Through three themes, participants will strengthen their cultural knowledge by learning more about the various communities in Singapore, and explore critical questions of our racial-religious harmony. Conversations would include how racial issues affect our mental well-being, or how workplaces can support diversity and social harmony. Ideas and solutions from these conversations will be presented at a closing dialogue to showcase how we can work towards building sustainable social harmony. Find out more.
By Interfaith Youth Circle
Wonder how other faith traditions view different contemporary issues of environment, helping the vulnerable and others? Don’t miss the intimate gatherings at Scriptural Reasoning that invite participants of different faiths to read and reflect on passages from their religious scriptures across common themes. Be engaged in meaningful dialogue in a safe space for deeper understanding and appreciation of different religions. Find out more.