Ausblick auf das Herbstseminar 2017

Die letzten Vorbereitungen für unser Herbstseminar 2017 zum Thema “Religion und Gewalt” laufen auf Hochtouren! Ab kommenden Mittwoch werden die diesjährigen Teilnehmer_innen unseres Dialogperspektiven-Programms bei Paideia – The European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden zum ersten Seminar des neuen Programmjahres zusammenkommen.

Im Rahmen des Herbstseminars findet am Abend des 19. Oktober eine gemeinsam von Paideia und den Dialogperspektiven organisierte öffentliche Podiumsdiskussion statt, bei der Fania Oz-Salzberger (Paideia) und Frederek Musall (Dialogperspektiven) gemeinsam mit Jo Frank (ELES/Dialogperspektiven) über die Rolle von Religionen in europäischen Gesellschaften heute diskutieren.

Wir freuen uns sehr auf die gemeinsame Zeit in Stockholm und natürlich auf das Kennenlernen der neuen Teilnehmer_innen!


Religion Reloaded? A Look At Chances And Challenges For European Societies

DialoguePerspectives in collaboration with Paideia – The Institute for Jewish studies in Sweden organizes a panel discussion for public entitled Religion Reloaded? A look at chances and challenges for European societies. Fania Oz-Salzberger, Frederek Musall and Jo Frank will discuss recent political developments in Europe, the rise in right wing populism, burka bans, and more outspoken religious minorities participating in the public sphere and asking pressing questions, some of which might be:

What does religious self-expression look like? How do religious minorities articulate themselves in secular and/or majority Christian spaces? What can religious communities contribute to public political discourses? What do Paideia and DialoguePerspectives want for their religious communities? What about ‚atheistic’ and ‚non-theistic‘ or otherwise defined world views?


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˝DialoguePerspectives offers a unique change of perspective! The programme allows you to really grapple with current and highly societally relevant questions, to reflect on your own identity, and to get to know the diversity of European identities. I am very grateful for the intensive personal discussion and encounters, and the great amount of food for thought that has stuck with me long past the seminars.

Ezgi, DialoguePerspectives participant