KDCA TG ARU FUND RAISING DINNER
23 Nov 2005The KDCA TG ARU FUND RAISING DINNER, which was organized partly to aid the KOISAAN Education Trust Fund, was successfully held on 27th November 2005 (Sun) at 7.00pm at the Atlantis Seafood Restaurant, Jalan Bundusan Luyang, Kota Kinabalu. The dinner was officiated by YBhg Dr Othman Minudin, Deputy President of KDCA who represented Yang Berhormat Huguan Siou Datuk Seri Panglima Joseph Pairin Kitingan, KDCA President. It was attended by more than 500 people. Apart from the KDCA Supreme Council Members, other prominent Kadazandusun figures who attended the dinner include YBhg Datin Seri Panglima Genevieve Kitingan, YB Tan Sri Joseph Kurup & Datin Melinda Kurup, YBhg Wilfred M.Bumburing. For further information about the membership and activities of KDCA Tg Aru, please contact: Datuk Jipanus Molukun (019-8515816) - Branch Chairman Mr Allan G Dumbong (019-8310466) - Branch Secretary
Invitation to a Conference on Religion, Human Rights and International Relations
17 Nov 2005Organised by the Malaysian Counsultative Council for Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism & Sikhism (MCCBCHS) . The MCCBCHS is teaming up with CEDAR and Global Human Rights Defence (GHRD) to organize a conference to bring out the values that religion places on human rights and on international relations. All are welcomed to join. Date : 26 Nov 2005 Time: 8.30am to 5.00pm Venue: Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall Please confirm your attendance by 20th Nov 2005 by contacting the following: RSVP: Mr.S.W.Surendre H/p 012-2830145/ Ms Gopini H/p 019-2225805 /Ms.Shanta H/p 017-8700713 For KDCA members, please call Nora Matuya 019-2225805 or Julie Jidwin at 019-3700521 for confirmation of attendance. If you would like to request for invitation or program by email c/w reply slip, please email to email@example.com. The purpose of this conference is to create an increased awareness to the Malaysian public and Asians, of the role of religion to the welfare and dignity of the human race by collating information and compiling record of Human Rights issues so that people in general may better appreciate its importance and relevance in the development of Malaysian Society.