Wednesday, 20 June – 14:00-17:00 - Room 714AB
Objective: To provide avenues for women to better deal with extremism.
Abstract: There are religions and traditions which enslave women. There appears to be more religious movements whose principles and values infringe on the freedom and well-being of women. In this context, how can women protect themselves against this ideology and assert their place and role in society?
Target audience: Public at large
- Dalia Ziada, Egypt Office Director, American Islamic Congress
- Iqbal Al-Gharbi, director of the Center for Educational Innovation at the University Ezzeytouna in Tunisia.
- Mohamed Haddad, UNESCO Chair in comparative studies of religions.
- Professor at the University of Tunis, Ecole Normale Superieure of Tunis