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Giulia Mezzetti

Giulia Mezzetti has been collaborating with the ISMU Foundation since 2014, participating in conducting international research and monitoring, evaluation and capacity building projects. She is also a post-doctoral fellow in Sociology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (Milan). She holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs from Sciences Po – Paris and an honours degree in Political Philosophy from the University of Milan. Previously, she worked at UNESCO in Paris and at the Centro Studi Politeia, where she conducted research on issues of corporate social responsibility, migration and global justice.

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Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore - Italy

For a preventive Islamic de-radicalization. The Re-Configuration of the Humanities within an inter-religious approach. (Milan)

Research group held by the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan.
The return to the humanities is not only necessary, but crucial for the promotion of a de-radicalising approach to both societies: the Islamic world and Europe. This research project intends to work not only in relation to the Islamic world or the Old Continent, but to both at the same time.
The aim is to create a project of preventive de-radicalisation of Muslim citizens and society, working on a double methodological and interdisciplinary axis: the teaching of Islam, its history, its religious tradition, its sociology, etc. in parallel with the religious, cultural and historical approach of the European world and the West.

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Ali MOSTFA is interviewed during the Conference "The Narrative of Islamic Violence in History. Creation, Artifice and Reality" at the University of Navarra in december 2018.


Islam and Belonging: Between Break and Continuity

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  • Gonzalo Villagrán

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

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

  • Julio Martinez

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