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Kamala Kanta Dash appointed Ambassador for Parliament of the World’s Religions

Afroz Alam Sahil for BeyondHeadlines

We are proud to share that the Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions has appointed Mr. Kamala Kanta Dash as an Ambassador to represent its vision and activity to promote interfaith dialogue, global peace, justice and sustainable development. Mr. Dash, who is pursuing a PhD on Muslim Community Engagement in Public Policy in Australia and India at Monash University, is the Honorary Editor at BeyondHeadlines and is the Founder Secretary of INSAAN International Foundation.

Kamala Kanta Dash appointed Ambassador for Parliament of the World’s ReligionsMr. Dash has been appointed initially for a period of two years and will be working with faith communities and leaders globally with a focus on Australia and South Asia. Started in 1893 revived in 1988, the Parliament is the pre-eminent global platform for interfaith dialogue. Since then each four years a parliament is organised to discuss, deliberate and celebrate interfaith dialogue and global diversity.

Leading faith leaders, activists and academics like Swami Vivekananda, Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, Karen Armstrong, Ela Gandhi and Akbar Ahmad to name a few have been associated with this glorious institution. Currently Abdul Malik Mujahid, who is an Imam in Chicago and the President of Sound Vision is the chair at the PWR.

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