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PUBLIC PROGRAMS

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To See, To Be,

To Do

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20 years of Interfaith: Here’s what I have learned

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Big Questions

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Religions

 
Brian is an outstanding presenter with an unequalled depth of knowledge, a respectful perspective and a warm and humorous style. Our audiences literally can’t get enough of him.
Sandy Leppan, Mississauga Lifelong Learning
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DISCOVERY WEEK

Many educators join us for a fully immersive fascinating exploration of 11 religions through more than 20 site visits during our premier event. You’ll gain insight into your student and your own perception of religion through engaging conversations, interesting classes and unique experiences.

UPCOMING PUBLIC EVENTS

Our events page is updated regularly and includes events which are both private and open to the public. To stay up to date on our programs and events please subscribe to our weekly newsletter.

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PUBLIC RESOURCES/INSIGHTS

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Islam in the Welcoming Community: A Guide for Inclusive Relationships

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Happy Holidays: A Guide to Winter Holidays

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The ReligionsGeek Blog

 

Brian Carwana is the ReligionsGeek. He studies religions, visits religious communities, and is friends with many religious leaders. He thinks about religion in the shower. It’s relentless. As Director of Encounter World Religions, he loves teaching about religions, about ethno-religious diversity and what this means in our modern workplaces, schools and societies. Find interesting articles, resources and insights on our ReligionsGeek blog and subscribe to our newsletter for additional stories.