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Minorities in the Mediterranean

international meeting

The logo of the association (Photo by Facebook)

The logo of the association (Photo by Facebook)

4-5 aprile
Circolo dei lettori - Turin
via Bogino 9

The Italian Centre for Peace in the Middle East (Centro Italiano per la Pace in Medio Oriente or CIPMO) holds an International Meeting comparing the experience of Ethnic and religious minorities on the sides of the Mediterranean Sea.

The speeches
Our speakers: Djamila Amzal (Berberian director and actress – Algeria), Oktay Ay (Researcher at the Bogazici University of Istanbul), Franco Cardini (Professor of Medieval History at the University of Florence), Georges Fahmi (Researcher at the European University Institute of Florence), Benedikt Harzl, (Researcher at the Institute for the Rights of Minorities at EURAC – European Academy of Bozen), Youssef T. Jabareen Director general of DIRASAT - The Arab Center for Law and Policy in Nazareth), Emin Fuat Keyman (Director of the Istanbul Policy Center at Sabanci University in Istanbul), Stefano Levi della Torre (Scholar, painter and essayist), Pietro Marcenaro (President of the Special Senate Commission for Human Rights), Roberto Mazzola (Teachers of State-Church and Canon Law at the Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale and member of the Scientific Committee of FIERI), Aris Nalci (Chief-editor of AGOS, Armenian and Turkish weekly published in Istanbul), Florin Nasture (Senior Program Manager at Roma Education Fund in Budapest), Tareq Oubrou (Great Imam of Bordeaux and President of the Association of the French Imams), Andrea Pacini (Teacher of the Theological Faculty in Turin), Father Pierbattista Pizzaballa (Keeper of the Holy Land), Günther Rautz (Coordinator of the Institute for the Rights of Minorities of EURAC – European Academy of Bozen), Abdellah Redouane (Secretary General of the Italian Islamic Cultural Centre), Yitzhak Reiter (Specialist on the Arab Israeli miniority at Askhelon Academic College and Hebrew University of Gerusalemme), Mourad Slimani (Chief-editor of the Algerian daily El Watan), Mohamed Sabrin (Deputy Chief-editor of Egyptian daily Al Ahram) Gianluca Solera (Network Coordinator at Euromediterranean foundation Anna Lindh for dialogue between cultures), Alberto Stenico (President and director of the Ligue of Cooperatives of Bozen), Giovanna Zincone (Advisor to the President of the Italian Republic on the problems of Social Cohesion, professor of Political Sociology at the University of Turin and Chairwoman of FIERI). Speakers also include the candidates to the post of Mayor of Turin. Those who have confirmed their participation are Piero Fassino and Alberto Musy.

To participate
Booking is required at convegnominoranze@cipmo.org or at phone number+39 02/866147-109.

31 March 2011

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