Conversations on social cohesion gather momentum in Australia since pandemic
SYDNEY - Since the pandemic began conversations on racial and economic disparities, conceptions of ‘us’ and ‘them’, and lack of participation in decision-making processes have gained prominence in Australia. These and other issues were explored in an online seminar held last week by the Australian Baha’i Office of External Affairs as part of its efforts to contribute to the public discourse on social cohesion.
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The Australian Baha'i Community encourages an exploration on pressing issues, such as racial and economic disparities, in an online seminar on social cohesion.