The Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation is one of 4 key partners in Monash Arts’ commitment to promoting the process of interreligious relations and studies through collaborative research and teaching projects. The other key partners are the Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies, the Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology, and the Centre for Islam and the Modern World.
There is also close cooperation between these centres, the Monash Asia Institute and the UNESCO Chair for Interreligious & Intercultural Relations–Asia Pacific.
This important collaboration, between several of the Faculty’s schools and centres, is made possible through generous support from a variety of organisations. To maintain our high standard of practice and uphold integrity, all decisions relating to the teaching content and academic standards are made by the University alone.
More information is avaliable on the Interreligious on Arts homepage.
For all enquiries about coursework or research in this area, please contact email@example.com
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