Keeping Our Humanity – Is there a “shrinking space” for the religious perspective in society?
Date and time: 22 February 7:00-8:00 pm CET Stockholm time
Speaker / organizer: Antje Jackelén, Archbishop of Church of Sweden, Claudio Epelman, Executive Director of the World Jewish Congress, and Commissioner for interreligious dialogue & Representative to the Holy See of the World Jewish Congress. Emin Poljarevic, Phd Associate Professor in Sociology of Religion and Senior Lecturer in Islamic Theology and Philosophy, Uppsala University.
Type: Crucial Talks
About: How does anti-Muslim / anti-Semitic oppression manifest itself in Europe today? How does it affect interreligious collaborations? Is there a “shrinking space” for the religious perspective in society? Do we as faith based organizations contribute to a more resilient and humane Europe? What needs to be done on different levels? Who needs to be addressed? Are there any interesting trends and good examples to build on, and what does the research say?
This is one of three talks between Archbishop Antje and guests on the theme Keeping Our Humanity.