University platform for research on Islam

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Josep Buades

Graduate in law (ICADE) and theology (Universidad Pontificia Comillas and Jesuit Faculties of Paris-Centre Sèvres). Sent by the Society of Jesus to work in the field of migration, and from there, in interreligious encounter. He has been Director General of the CeiMigra Foundation and currently works in the Jesuit Migrant Service as Director of the Claver Association in Sevilla. He is a member of the "Dos orillas" group from which he maintains permanent contact and reflection on interreligious dialogue, especially with Islam.

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Kircher Network - Spain

Jesuit Conference of European Provincials - Belgique

HEST Cluster: Christian-Muslim Relations (Europe)

Higher Education for Social Transformation (HEST) programme aims to bring Higher Education institutions and Social Centres of the Society of Jesus in Europe together so that they can contribute to the real changes our societies need by developing sound research. The topic on Christian Muslim Relations gathers a cluster of Jesuit Higher Education Institutions working […]

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Universidad Pontificia Comillas - Spain

Islam : Economy, Society and Politics (Closed)

The team will research about the vision that Islam has on: Economy, Sociology and Political System. The main objective is to achieve a better knowledge of these realities to promote mutual understanding. The team will adopt a multidisciplinary approach. We have therefore selected different researchers with different backgrounds (Economy, Political Science, Sociology, Theology and Law).

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Bridges between the Jesuit Migrant Service and Jesuit Higher Education Centers for Interreligious Dialogue with Islam

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Citizenship, migration and religion: an ethical dialogue based on the Christian faith

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