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Monday, June 10 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Jewish continuity and interfaith relationships: Are we on the right path?

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We all know someone who is in an interfaith relationship but this session provides some insight into the lives of people in interfaith relationships. This is your chance to hear their stories first-hand. Our panelists will share their personal stories of intermarriage. We will focus on whether or not the current approach to Jewish continuity is effective or whether it is contributing to the problem.


Moderators
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Angela Budai

Angela Budai is a civil marriage celebrant who specialises in interfaith marriages. She has been a youth movement leader, Hebrew school teacher and an active member of her local synagogue. Angela has been an elected member of the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies since 2009.

Presenters
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James Cox

James Cox and Keren Cox-Witton have been married since 1999. They live in Sydney and share a commitment to social justice.  James is a policy advisor with World Vision International.  
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Keren Cox-Witton

Keren Cox-Witton and James Cox have been married since 1999. They live in Sydney and share a commitment to social justice. Keren is the Chair of Jews for Social Action, the social justice group of North Shore Temple Emanuel. 
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Stephanie Cunio

Stephanie Cunio has been in a relationship with Andrew Scarborough for 22 years. Stephanie is a Progressive Jew. Andrew was brought up in the Uniting Church of Australia, but is more disposed toward Buddhist philosophy. They married in a drive-in wedding in Las Vegas in 1999. Stephanie works as an Educator and Campaigner for the Public Service Association  


Monday June 10, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Scientia Building Ronald Room

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