University platform for research on Islam

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Plateforme universitaire de recherche sur l'Islam

27 October 2023 at 3pm: “The challenges of universal fraternity” webinar

The webinar, designed as an introduction to the conference theme, can be accessed via Zoom with simultaneous translation in French, English and Arabic.

Introduction Michel Younès, coordinator of Pluriel
Laurent Basanese
Gregorian University of Rome, Italy
"The adoption of a culture of dialogue as the path; mutual cooperation as the code of conduct; reciprocal understanding as the method and standard" (Document on Human Fraternity): a new path laid out by Pope Francis and the Grand Imam Ahmed al-Tayyeb
Franziska Honsowitz-Friessnigg
Department for Scientific Cooperation and Dialogue between Cultures and Religions at the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Document on Human Fraternity: An Austrian Perspective
Wael Saleh
TRENDS Research & Advisory, United Arab Emirates
"Opportunities and Challenges of 'Human Fraternity': A Geopolitical Reading" and a differentiated theoretical approach
Michel Younès
Coordinator of Pluriel | Catholic University of Lyon, France
Sultan Majed Al Ali
TRENDS Research & Advisory, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Le webinaire, pensé comme une introduction au thème du congrès, est accessible par Zoom avec traduction simultanée en français, anglais et arabe.

Introduction Michel Younès, coordinateur de Pluriel
Laurent Basanese
Université grégorienne de Rome, Italie
"La culture du dialogue comme chemin ; la collaboration commune comme conduite ; la connaissance réciproque comme méthode et critère" (Document sur la fraternité humaine): une nouvelle voie tracée par le Pape François et le Grand Imam Ahmed al-Tayyeb
Franziska Honsowitz-Friessnigg
Département pour la coopération scientifique et le dialogue des cultures et des religions au ministère autrichien des Affaires étrangères
Le document sur la fraternité humaine : Une perspective autrichienne
Wael Saleh
TRENDS Research & Advisory, Émirats arabes unis
Opportunités et défis de la "fraternité humaine" : une lecture géopolitique et une approche théorique différenciée
Michel Younès
Coordinateur de Pluriel | Université catholique de Lyon, France
Sultan Majed Al Ali
TRENDS Research & Advisory, Dubai, Émirats arabes unis

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الندوة عبر الإنترنت ، المصممة كمقدمة لموضوع المؤتمر ، متاحة عبر تطبيق زووم مع ترجمة فورية باللغات الفرنسية والإنجليزية والعربية.

مقدمة من ميشيل يونس، المنسق
لوران باسانيس
تَبنِّي ثقافةِ الحوارِ دَرْبًا، والتعاوُنِ المُشتركِ سبيلًا، والتعارُفِ المُتَبادَلِ نَهْجًا وطَرِيقًا (وثيقة عن الأخوة الإنسانية): طريق جديد رسمه البابا فرانسيس والإمام الأكبر أحمد الطيب
فرانزيسكا هونسوفيتز-فريسنيج دبلوماسي
منظور اجتماعي قانوني
وائل صالح مركز تريندز للبحوث والاستشارات
فرص وتحديات الأخوة الإنسانية : قراءة جيوسياسية وطرح تنظيري مغاير
ميشيل يونس
منسق التعدد | جامعة القديسة كاثوليكية في ليون، فرنسا
سلطان ماجد العلي
مركز تريندز للبحوث والاستشارات<

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