YMU organizes special training on religious work
On the afternoon of April 23, the special training on religious work of our school was held in the lecture hall on the fourth floor of the Yuhua campus. Comrade Ma Jun, former director of the Department of Ethnic and Religious Affairs of the United Front Work Department of the Provincial Party Committee, gave special training on religious work for teachers and students. Yang Zequan, a member of the school party committee and head of the United Front Work Department of the party committee, presided over the meeting.
At the training meeting, Director Ma Jun started from the importance of ethnic and religious work, centered on General Secretary Xi Jinping’s important expositions on religious work, the three characteristics of current religious work, how to treat religious issues correctly, and the influence of religion on Chinese society in the new era, Religious work problems, how to use correct methods to carry out religious work, etc. to carry out training. The special training courses are well-documented and rich in examples. They explained how to use the "guide" method to do a good job in school religious work through vivid cases, and gave important guidance to do a good job in school religious work.
Through this training, the participating teachers and students have an in-depth understanding of the party’s ethnic and religious policies and policies. They will further understand the situation faced by religious work in colleges and universities, further do a good job in inspections and rectification work, improve teachers' and students’ awareness of resisting religious infiltration and preventing campus missions, and strengthen their efforts. The sense of responsibility, urgency, and mission of the ethnic and religious work in colleges and universities is of great significance. Through training, the grid management of ethnic and religious work in our school has been further strengthened.
More than 200 people including member units of the school's ethnic and religious work leadership group, deputy secretaries of the secondary party organizations, United Front members, and college counselors, organizers, and student representatives participated in this special training.