RELIGIOUS SOCIAL ACTION COALITION NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

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Posted - October 23, 2019

Posted - October 23, 2019

Posted - October 15, 2019

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Al Noor Mosque, St.  John’s, NL was the site of informed presentations, engaged conversations and generous hospitality on Saturday, October 12th as faith-based leaders, 7 electoral candidates of St. John’s East and St. John’s-Mount Pearl and some 80  people gathered to further their thoughts, questions and decision-making concerning faith-based social justice concerns and the upcoming election on October 21, 2019.  Sponsored by the Muslim Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (MANAL), Anglican East NL and the Religious Social Action Coalition (RSAC), Dr. Ayse Akintuck, Coordinator, welcomed all, introduced the program and guest speakers.  Naming the Al Noor Mosque as a safe environment for all, she requested respectful behaviour in all of our deliberations.  Everyone honoured this request.

After an address of welcome by Dr. Syed Mansoor Pirzada, President of MANAL, the Very Rev. Dr. Marion Pardy (Coordinator, RSAC), the Rev. David Burrows (Anglican Priest, Church of the Ascension and a RSAC Director), and Dr. Ayse Akintuck (MANAL) provided insightful information on the social justice concerns of poverty, refugees and Islamophobia, concluding with a related question to our electoral candidates (Nick Whalen, Liberal; Jack Harris, NDP; Joedy Wall, Conservative and David Peters, Green Party - St. John’s East;  Benjamin Ruckpaul, People’s Party;  Anne Marie Anonson, NDP and David Jones,  Christian Heritage Party - St. John’s South – Mount Pearl).  Each electoral candidate was assigned 5 minutes to respond to the posed questions.  A “question and answer” period followed for the audience and electoral candidates.  Related materials and the multi-faith “Golden Rule”, referred to as a core faith-based conviction, were distributed to each candidate and event participant – many expressed appreciation for the visual, enlightening “Golden Rule” poster.  The event ended with generous and taste-full refreshments, hosted by MANAL, which provided the opportunity for lively conversation among faith-based leaders, electoral candidates and participants.

The “event” photos provide visual images of the multi-faith nature of the event, together with the diversity and engagement of candidates and participants.  We express sincere appreciation to MANAL for their effective leadership and gracious hospitality for this Open House event.

Marion Pardy, Coordinator, RSAC

Posted - September 17, 2019

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“HALF A BISCUIT” IS NOT ENOUGH -
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(Letter published in The Telegram, St. John’s, NL, Saturday, July 27, 2019)

“The Other Coast” comic strip, The Telegram, St. John’s, July 22, 2019.

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The RSACNL hosted a “Table” at the Diversity Fair, Sunday, September 22nd.  Marion Pardy, George Powell and Veeresh Gadag staffed the “Table” and spoke to people about poverty elimination in relation to the upcoming federal election and distributed related materials.  Jack Harris (NDP Candidate Seeking Election) visited and took time to chat with us.

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RELIGIOUS SOCIAL ACTION COALITION NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

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Posted - May 31, 2021

Letter to the Premier - Dr. Andrew Furey May, 2021

Posted - May 31, 2021

“The Big Reset” (the Premier’s Economic Recovery Team report) - Re: Poverty - pages 26 -33 and 174 – 180

Posted - May 04, 2021

CANADIAN INTERFAITH CONVERSATION

Cross Canada Participants’ Assembly, sponsored by Canadian Interfaith Association, February 17, 2021, 4 p.m. (Zoom). 

Marion Pardy, RSACNL was one of the presenters, together with:

Belle Jarmiewski, Past President, Manitoba Multi-Faith Council; Executive Director, Jewish Heritage Centre, Winnipeg –Moderator; Aruna Chatterjee, Multi-Faith Summit Council, British Columbia – Hindu Community

Rabbi Reuben Pouptko – la table interreligieuse de concertation au Quebec.

Participants from RSACNL: Rami Wadhwa; Haseen Khan; George Powell.

Posted - April 08, 2021

The@NLRSAC was pleased to participate in this event @UnitedChurchCda to light a candle in support of #guaranteedlivableincome #basicincome #GBLI #FairnessNL.

Posted - February 02, 2021

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Posted - December 18, 2020

MULTI-FAITH LEADERS IN A CROSS-CANADA CONVERSATION WITH THE PRIME MINISTER, THE RIGHT HONOURABLE JUSTIN TRUDEAU

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Posted - October 23, 2019

Posted - October 15, 2019

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Al Noor Mosque, St.  John’s, NL was the site of informed presentations, engaged conversations and generous hospitality on Saturday, October 12th as faith-based leaders, 7 electoral candidates of St. John’s East and St. John’s-Mount Pearl and some 80  people gathered to further their thoughts, questions and decision-making concerning faith-based social justice concerns and the upcoming election on October 21, 2019.  Sponsored by the Muslim Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (MANAL), Anglican East NL and the Religious Social Action Coalition (RSAC), Dr. Ayse Akintuck, Coordinator, welcomed all, introduced the program and guest speakers.  Naming the Al Noor Mosque as a safe environment for all, she requested respectful behaviour in all of our deliberations.  Everyone honoured this request.

After an address of welcome by Dr. Syed Mansoor Pirzada, President of MANAL, the Very Rev. Dr. Marion Pardy (Coordinator, RSAC), the Rev. David Burrows (Anglican Priest, Church of the Ascension and a RSAC Director), and Dr. Ayse Akintuck (MANAL) provided insightful information on the social justice concerns of poverty, refugees and Islamophobia, concluding with a related question to our electoral candidates (Nick Whalen, Liberal; Jack Harris, NDP; Joedy Wall, Conservative and David Peters, Green Party - St. John’s East;  Benjamin Ruckpaul, People’s Party;  Anne Marie Anonson, NDP and David Jones,  Christian Heritage Party - St. John’s South – Mount Pearl).  Each electoral candidate was assigned 5 minutes to respond to the posed questions.  A “question and answer” period followed for the audience and electoral candidates.  Related materials and the multi-faith “Golden Rule”, referred to as a core faith-based conviction, were distributed to each candidate and event participant – many expressed appreciation for the visual, enlightening “Golden Rule” poster.  The event ended with generous and taste-full refreshments, hosted by MANAL, which provided the opportunity for lively conversation among faith-based leaders, electoral candidates and participants.

The “event” photos provide visual images of the multi-faith nature of the event, together with the diversity and engagement of candidates and participants.  We express sincere appreciation to MANAL for their effective leadership and gracious hospitality for this Open House event.

Marion Pardy, Coordinator, RSAC

Posted - September 17, 2019

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“HALF A BISCUIT” IS NOT ENOUGH -
Letter to Editor

(Letter published in The Telegram, St. John’s, NL, Saturday, July 27, 2019)

“The Other Coast” comic strip, The Telegram, St. John’s, July 22, 2019.

Public Notice - 

The RSACNL hosted a “Table” at the Diversity Fair, Sunday, September 22nd.  Marion Pardy, George Powell and Veeresh Gadag staffed the “Table” and spoke to people about poverty elimination in relation to the upcoming federal election and distributed related materials.  Jack Harris (NDP Candidate Seeking Election) visited and took time to chat with us.