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Posted: September 24, 2009
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Internationally acclaimed author, poet and artiste Yasus Afari has been offered the prestigious role of ambassador to the 116 year old council for the parliament of the world’s religions.


The parliament of the world’s religions brings together the world’s religious and spiritual communities, their leaders and their followers.


At the parliament peace, diversity and sustainability are discussed and explored in the context of interreligious understanding and cooperation.


This event is graced with the presence of prominent and significant world religious leaders, such as the Dalai Lama and many others from 74 countries worldwide.


This year’s event will be hosted in Melbourne Australia from December 3 to 9.

The ministry of culture recently dubbed Yasus Afari Jamaica’s cultural ambassador.


Yasus Afari spoke to music news about his new role as ambassador to the parliament of the world’s religions.  ((((((((CLIP))))))))))))





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