Women in Inter-religious Dialogue

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Join our conversation about women in inter-religious dialogue. We will discuss the unique perspective and values they bring to the field as well as the challenges they face. Is there a problem regarding the involvement of women in inter-religious dialogue? What is unique about women participating in inter-religious dialogue? Given the patriarchal structure of many religious leadership hierarchies, should women seek to establish separate frameworks for women’s dialogue – or fight to be included in mainstream initiatives? To watch the discussion click here.

Speakers:

– Elizabeth Harris-Sawczenko, Good Faith Partnership

– Dr. Katarzyna Kowalska, Notre Dame de Sion

– Samira I. Ibrahim, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Technical University in Delft

Moderator:

– Dr. Sarah Bernstein, Director of the Rossing Center for Education and Dialogue.

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The Rossing Center 2021 Annual Report

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