Stand up, and be counted and challenged

27 November 2011

Since World War II, globalisation and mass migration have exposed Australians, city and country dwellers alike, to new religions from around the world. Religious people and groups can respond in different ways to increasing diversity, and a new book explores the challenges and opportunities they face, writes Charlotte Baines in the Australian Review of Public Affairs.

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Charlotte Baines, 2011, Stand up, and be counted and challenged, Australian Review of Public Affairs, viewed 24 April 2017, <http://apo.org.au/node/27303>.

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