Human Rights from a Faith Perspective: Victoria Multifaith Society AGM 2018

Moussa+Magassa

Sunday October 28  2 – 4:30 pm Victoria Multifaith Society 2018 AGM will include a keynote address on Human Rights from a Faith Perspective (details below), as well as an annual activity report, upcoming activities, partnership updates and refreshments.

Our keynote speaker for this year’s AGM is Moussa Magassa, who has been nominated for the Muslim seat of the Victoria Multifaith Society. Moussa Magassa is the Human Rights Education Advisor for the UVic Dept. of Equity and Human Rights. His areas of interest include human rights education, global and transformational leadership, ethics and social justice activism, social transformation and peacebuilding, and immigration and refugee studies. Moussa is a PhD candidate in Curriculum and Instruction at UVic. He holds an M.A in Human Security and Peacebuilding from Royal Roads University in Victoria, and a BA (Hons) in Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies from the Kwazulu-Natal University, South Africa.

The AGM will be held from 2:00 to 4:30 pm, Sunday, 28 October, at the Ismaili Jamatkhana, 1250 Esquimalt Road, Victoria. Parking is at the rear of the building, off Park Terrace. There is no charge.

VMS membership can be renewed at the AGM or at any other event, at $10 per year for an individual member, or $50 per year for an organization or faith group. 2017 AGM minutes can be found here.

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