The First Symposium
Symposium Theme: Religions, Human Rights and Global Ethics
Date: August 18-20, 2014
- Human Rights and Religious.
- Women and Religion.
- Minorities' Rights in, Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Communities.
- Protecting the Environment in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
- Common Ethics among Religions.
- Role of Education in Human Rights Awareness.
- Building the Curriculum for Religious Courses.
To obtain further info, please contact us at: Professor Erik Larson, Dept. of Religious Studies at FIU, FL. email.
To attend the Symposium, please contact the following Email: Dr. Larson email.
Registration Fees: $500 (due a month prior to the program & is non-refundable)
Program Fee: $1200 (due a month prior to the program & is refundable up to two days before the program)
Total Fee: $1700 (for more information on payment, please contact: Ms.Lolowah at +966536525944)
FIU Faculty and Students: Gratis
To present a paper in the Symposium, please submit an abstract of (250 words) on any of the above topics. It must be dated one month prior to the Symposium.
FIU will provide (English-Arabic) translation service
For further information please contact: Professor Erik Larson, Dept. of Religious Studies at FIU, FL. at Email
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Symposium Theme: Charity and Endowments in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Date & Location: Day one: January 22 will be GL 835 Day two: Jan 23, 2015 will be in GL 220 Time: 9 am to 4 pm.
|Venue:||Biscayne Bay Campus at the Wolfe University Center|
Hosted by Florida International University Biscayne Bay Campus Co-sponsored by the following units at Florida International University: Department of Religious Studies Cuban Research Institute Holocaust Studies Initiative Latin American and Caribbean Interdisciplinary Initiative on Religion (LACIR) Department of History
|Venue:||MARC Pavilion across from Gold Garage at MMC|
Lecture by Siraj Soomro. Shah Abdul Latif University Pakistan. This event is Free. Dinner will be served.
|Venue:||GC 243 MMC|
Nonviolence: An Educational Imperative Lecture by Tara Sethia, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. This event is free and open to public. To RSVP please call 305-348-7266