Symposium: Religion and Young People Today – Diverse Beliefs in Turbulent Times


The Broken Bay Institute in partnership with The Sociological Association of Australia’s (TASA) Sociology of Religion Thematic Group will conduct the 2016 Symposium on the topic of Religion and Young People Today – Diverse Beliefs in Turbulent Times

In this symposium, leading thinkers in the areas of sociology and religion will gather to share bold and innovative ideas and research about the role of religion in young people’s lives in our increasingly complex, challenging and diverse context.

Symposium Event Information
Date: Tuesday, 31st May, 2016
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Venue: The Broken Bay Institute

Caroline Chisholm Centre

423 Pennant Hills Rd, Pennant Hills, Sydney

Location: Click here for a map and directions to the Institute by car and public transport 

Professor Marion Maddox
Emeritus Professor Gary Bouma
Dr Kath McPhillips
Emeritus Professor Terry Lovat
Dr Anna Halafoff
Professor Alphia Possamai-Inesedy
Professor Richard Rymarz
Professor Adam Possamai


The Waldorf Hotel is a 5 minutes walk across the road to BBI and offers reasonably priced rooms.

Group Meal:

If you plan to arrive on the Monday night, you may like to join us for a group meal either at the Waldorf or a nearby restaurant, more information will be provided closer to the date to those who register.

Registration Fee:

$55.00 (incl GST) The fee is inclusive of morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and refreshments during the day. 
Enquiries: Should you have any queries, please contact Cheryl Martin, BBI Registrar by phone: 02 9847 0540 or
Registration: REGISTER ONLINE FOR THIS EVENT or download the form below.


Download the Flyer and Registration Form



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