SEMINARS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
In the context of its mandate to create spaces in which individuals and groups concerned with social transformation can come together to explore the elements of a framework for thought and action that is inspired by both science and religion, the Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity offers annual 12-day residential seminars for Bahá’í tertiary students in a number of countries around the world.
The purpose of these seminars is to raise consciousness in participants of the importance of engaging in action and discourse directed towards social change; to provide them with tools to understand and analyse their society as well as the content of the tertiary courses they are studying; to explore elements of a conceptual framework for contributing to the advancement of civilisation; and to assist them to acquire the kind of knowledge that will enable them to live fruitful and meaningful lives.
Serving tertiary students from Victoria, Tasmania, Balranald and Hay-Deniliquin Clusters
Serving tertiary students from Western Australia, Northern Territory and South Australia