Store

Welcome to the new RDC Store!  Our New 2018 Interfaith Calendar is available now, along with the books listed below.

RDC’s 2018 Interfaith Calendar:

As a fundraiser, we’re now selling our own very own Religious Diversity Centre 2018 Interfaith Calendar! Our new calendar includes photos depicting the wide variety of faith and belief groups in Aotearoa New Zealand, all taken by local photographers. We’ve included dates for Bahá’í, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish, Māori, Muslim, Shinto, Sikh, Wicca and Zoroastrian celebrations and commemorations. We’ve also added New Zealand holidays and commemorations, regional New Zealand Anniversary Days, moon phases, solstice and equinox dates, astrological dates, Daylight Savings, special Human Rights Commission dates, and United Nations’ special Day and Week commemorations.

RDC 2018 Interfaith Calendar – front cover
RDC 2018 Interfaith Calendar – back cover cover

 

These are available now from our office or at RDC events for $15 each.  If you order these on-line, the total cost is $20, which includes bank fees, and all shipping and handling charges.

For on-line orders please click on the “Buy Now” button below.  You will be taken to PayPal’s secure website where you can either log-in to your PayPal account (if you have one), or select the “Pay with Debit or Credit Card” option and enter your details. Please allow up to a week for delivery. All prices include shipping and handling.

RDC 2018 Calendar: choose Quantity (postage & handling included):

Please contact us at <info@rdc.org.nz> if you wish to discuss prices on bulk purchases for your organisation.

 


Books available through the RDC Store:

The following books and resources are available through the RDC’s Store:

1.  “Discovering Diversity: How the diverse values and beliefs of world religions are shaping our identity” by RDC Trust Chair Jocelyn Armstrong

Jocelyn Armstrong’s resource for teachers (paperback) published by Pearson Education New Zealand in 2009. The book is available through the RDC store by clicking here:

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2. “Work and Worship: Religious Diversity in Workplaces in New Zealand” by Edwina Pio, University Director of Diversity at the Auckland University of Technology and board member of the Religious Diversity Centre Programme Committee.

Edwina’s book addresses the lived religion, or religion in daily life in organisations, showcasing how the sacred is present and influential at work. The book investigates religious diversity and suggests how business leaders can script success in their policies and practices by taking into account the growing workforce of minority religions in their organisations. Work and Worship (paperback) will be available soon through the RDC Store. For the time being, email us at <info@rdc.org.nz>.

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3. “Applied Spirituality: A Spiritual Vision for the Dialogue of Religions” by Swami Agnivesh (hardcover edition), $20 + postage and handling

Swami Agnivesh is a Swami with a difference, a holy man who is also an untiring social worker and political activist. In Applied Spirituality, he discusses his views on religion and spirituality from the vantage point of his religious learning, leavened by his decades-long work with the underprivileged. He reasons how religion and spirituality can be applied in our day-to-day lives so as to make them resonate in a more practical manner. Addressing issues as diverse as religious intolerance, Naxalism, social injustice, human rights, world trade and women’s empowerment, Swami Agnivesh calls for a transformation of society through a multi-pronged approach that involves extensive interfaith dialogue. Impeccably argued and inspiringly written, the book articulates his vision of what he calls ‘proactive social spirituality’ against the many ills that plague our country and the planet: alcoholism, casteism, religious obscurantism, political despotism, communalism and corruption.

Applied Spirituality (paperback) will be available soon through the RDC Store.  For the time being, email us at <info@rdc.org.nz> to order a copy.

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