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Seng Khasi to take part in IARF Meet in Tokyo


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Mr Hipshon Roy, the General Secretary of the Seng Khasi will repesent the Seng Khasi at the 25th IARF Congress (International Association for Religious Freedom) at Tokyo in July this year. Mr Aibanshanshngain Swer will participate in the IARF Youth programme.

The Seng Khasi joined the IARF in 1980 and two of its delegates Mr. H. Onderson Mawrie and Mr. Hipshon Roy represented the Seng Khasi in the 24th IARF Congress in Holland and Belgium in 1980.

In the forthcoming Congress in Japan several speakers will introduce the Congress theme ‘‘Religious Path to peace’’ from the representatives both of East and West to nearly 400 delegates from Japan, the host country. The working group I to IV will discuss the 12 specific issues of the theme on the levels of theology, and spirituality, emperical fact representation and action guidelines. Several Indian representatives from different organisations will take part as consultants, moderators and panelists.

Dr. Harbans Singh and Dr. Mohinder Singh of the Guru Nanak Found Chakravorti, Director of the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Social Education. Dr. Karlekar , Director of the organisation, Dr. Shicashankar Calcutta Soial Service Project and Mr. Hipshon Roy, General Secretary Seng Khasi. Mr. Hipshon Roy is also a member of the IARF Declaration Committee along with Mr. Marcus Braybrook (England). Dr. James Olson (USA) and tthree from Japan Mr.Katsuyama, Mr. Fukushima and Rev. Tazuo Miyake.


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