Practising Diversity: Engaging Muslims in Australian schools

This professional learning workshop broadens its scope to deal with wider interfaith and intercultural issues, using Islam and Muslims as a case study.

Practising Diversity: Engaging Muslims in Australian schools is the sequel to Learning from One Another. This professional learning workshop broadens its scope to deal with wider interfaith and intercultural issues, using Islam and Muslims as a case study. The launch of this workshop in 2011, coincides with the release of Building interfaith and intercultural understandings in Australian schools (see below), a complementary resource to Learning from One Another written by Dr Eeqbal Hassim and Jennet Cole-Adams.

Practising Diversity workshops will be held in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Canberra in 2011. These workshops will be facilitated by Dr Hassim and Dr Julie Hamston, an experienced intercultural educator and Senior Fellow at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (The University of Melbourne).

Please go to the ACSA website to learn more about Practicing Diversity.

Download a PDF copy of Building interfaith and intercultural understandings in Australian schools (pdf).

Download a PDF copy of the slides used in the Practising Diversity workshops.