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Eulogy for Professor Richard Campbell AM from Professor Wayne Hudson

08 Aug 2022

Richard Campbell, former Pro Vice Chancellor and Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the Australian National University, died in late July. Ordained as a Presbyterian minister, Richard was known internationally as a philosopher and theologian. Professor Wayne Hudson of the ACC&C...
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ACC&C signs the Victorian Multifaith Advisory Group Statement for NAIDOC Week

15 Jul 2022

The ACC&C has joined in signing the Statement for NAIDOC Week composed by the Multifaith Advisory Group (MAG) for the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC). Read the MAG statement here. The statement was presented at the first in person meeting of...
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Ecumenical Lunch at the House of the Archbishop

07 Jul 2022

The ACC&C Executive Director, Professor Anthony Maher, attended Archbishop Christopher Prowse’s annual ecumenical luncheon at Archbishop House in Canberra on 29 June. The luncheon emphasised a shared commitment to Christian Unity and was attended by 13 Christian leaders from Canberra...
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Latest Publications

Prayers & Meditation for COP27

08 Aug 2022  |  Author: Bishop Philip Huggins and Ms Sarwat Tasneem, Members of the Interfaith Liaison Committee to the UNFCCC  | Theme: Public theology and ethics; Civil society and politics


About Peace and Peacemaking Now by Bishop Philip Huggins

27 Jul 2022  |  Author: Bishop Philip Huggins  | Theme: Public theology and ethics; Leadership and institutions


Australia and the Nuclear Ban Treaty by Peter Hooton (first published in The Interpreter, The Lowy Institute)

08 Jul 2022  |  Author: Dt Peter Hooton  | Theme: Civil society and politics; Public theology and ethics


Prayerful and Practical Support for Sri Lanka by Bishop Philip Huggins

01 Jul 2022  |  Author:   | Theme: Civil society and politics; Leadership and institutions