MAIN DANS LA MAIN CONTRE LES MARIAGES FORCES

Item published March 3rd, 2008

Une campagne européenne initiée et lancée par SPIOR et la municipalité de Rotterdam, en collaboration avec le professeur Tariq Ramadan
Les mariages forcés semblent appartenir au passé, pourtant, ils restent une réalité dans les sociétés européennes. Les jeunes, garçons et filles, sont contraints d’épouser une personne que les parents ou la famille ont choisi à leur […]

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JOINING HANDS AGAINST FORCED MARRIAGES

Item published March 2nd, 2008

A European campaign and an initiative launched by SPIOR and the Rotterdam Municipality, in co-operation with Professor Tariq Ramadan
Forced marriages may seem to belong to the past, but actually still are a reality in European societies. Young people, both girls and boys, are being forced to marry someone their parents or family have chosen for […]

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Muslims in Portugal: Societal and Transnational Experience

Item published November 29th, 2007

The European Muslim Network will be holding two public meetings in Lissabon:

Thursday, 29 November 2007

“MUSLIMS IN PORTUGAL:
SOCIETAL AND TRANSNATIONAL EXPERIENCES”

Details

Friday, 30 November 2007

“EXPANDING HORIZONS :
CHALLENGES, SOLIDARITIES, RESISTANCES”

Details

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Next meeting of European Muslim Network

Item published November 29th, 2007

The next meeting of European Muslim Network will take place from the 29th November to 2nd December 2007 in the city of Lissabon, Portugal.

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Public Conference: Muslim Reformation?

Item published May 16th, 2007

The European Muslim Network will be holding a public conference in Copenhagen on Friday, 8th June under the motto


Muslim Reformation?

The future of Islam in Europe

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Next meeting of european muslim network

Item published March 3rd, 2007

The next meeting of european muslim network will take place from the 8.th to 10.th June 2007 in the city of Copenhagen, Denmark. Details will be published in due time.

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Hermeneutics in Islam in the midst of Text and Context

Item published February 4th, 2007

Text and context is an old story. But it is still what we do when we do `humanities`: trying to read texts in contexts whether these texts are written documents or buildings or religious artifacts. There is still an overwhelming interest in hermeneutical theory. The impact of religion on public life still continues. Religion strongly […]

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Citizenship in European Thought: An Overview

Item published December 8th, 2006

Does citizenship infringe upon the practice of belief? The subject of citizenship (citoyenneté in French) is much talked of today, from those on the established political right, centre and left, to migrant and settling communities looking for a place in the political landscape. The purpose of this short essay, written from a Muslim perspective, is to encourage a critical engagement with the concept.

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Models of State-Church Relations

Item published December 8th, 2006

This paper has the humble aim of providing a short survey of the current state of theory and practice of state-church relations in Europe and the United States.

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Christian-Muslim perspectives

Item published December 8th, 2006

We have argued that while the distance between the formal institutions of Religion and Politics is healthy for society, the Humanist solution (in which theological discourse retreats from the public sphere) is unsatisfactory. The Church and Ummah must find a way of continuing to be public spaces in a pluralist world.

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