Keeping Our Humanity – What kinds of perspectives help us formulate an ethical space?
Date and time: 21 February, 7:00–8:00 pm CET (Stockholm time)
Speaker / organizer: Archbishop Antje Jackelén, Church of Sweden. Maartje van der Woude, Professor of Law and Society at Leiden University, the Netherlands, and member of the NORDHOST: Nordic Hospitalities in a Context of Migration and Refugee Crisis research group. Rabbi Michael Schudrich, Rabbi of Łodz and of Warsaw and since 2004 the Chief Rabbi of Poland.
Moderator: Kaia Rønsdal, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Theology, University of Oslo
Type: Crucial Talks
About: In a time when Europe is closing its borders and our language around migration has changed and become dehumanizing and led to a process of “crimmigration”: How can we think about our place in the broader human family and as citizens? How do we reinstate the integrity of our pronouncements to human rights and human dignity? How do we engage with the world and with each other? Can faith and theological perspectives help us to identify and formulate an ethical space?
This is one of three talks between Archbishop Antje and guests on the theme Keeping Our Humanity.
More information: NORDHOST: Nordic Hospitalities in a Context of Migration and Refugee Crisis research group.