Tikkun Olam – Repairing the World

Sep 24, 2023

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Join Hafsa Ahmed, Paul Blaschke & Mary Eastham in conversation with John O’Connor, reflecting on the common ground of our three faith traditions, Islam, Judaism & Christianity.

Dr. Hafsa Ahmed was born in Hyderabad, India and came to Aotearoa New Zealand in 2007. She is the co-founder and trustee of Lady Khadija Charitable Trust which operates with the motto of “Empowering communities through compassion”.

Dr. Paul Blaschke is an active member and past Board Chair of Temple Sinai in Wellington.  He’s trying to retire from his career as an independent environmental consultant, but keeps active in voluntary environmental restoration work, and especially in Jewish and Interfaith environmental activism.

Dr. Mary Eastham QSM, (awarded 2023 for services to Interfaith communities) from St. Brigid’s Catholic parish Palmerston North, a member of the Religious Diversity Centre Climate Action Work Group, and appointed a Fellow of the Association of Practical Theology in Oceania (APTO) in 2021.

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