This section provides a partial listing of upcoming events on religions and the practice of peace at Harvard University and beyond.
To submit information on an upcoming event, email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the link to the webpage on which the event announcement appears.
2017-18 dates: October 5, 2017 and January 25, February 8, March 1, and May 3, 2018
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This past summer in two separate acts of vandalism, ominously reminiscent of Kristallnacht almost 80 years ago, two of the iconic glass panels of the New England Holocaust Memorial were shattered. We will rededicate the now fully restored New England Holocaust Memorial in a symbolic gesture of our resilience and perseverance.
The commemoration will feature Rabbi Alan Turetz, a second-generation Holocaust survivor of Temple Emeth in Chestnut Hill, survivor testimony from Esther Adler, and the winners of the 12th annual Israel Arbeiter Essay Contest. Please register for the event here.
The Parliament of the World's Religions was created to cultivate harmony among the world's religious and spiritual communities and foster their engagement with the world and its guiding institutions in order to achieve a just, peaceful, and sustainable world. More than 10,000 people will participate in the 2018 Parliament in Toronto, which will last for seven days and comprise more than 500 programs, workshops, and dialogues, alongside music, dance, art and photography exhibitions, and related events presented by the world’s religious communities and cultural institutions.Back to top