Thursday, 01 March 2018 - Saturday, 31 March 2018
Starts: Friday, 9 March 2018
Symposium: Religion and Conflict between Egypt and Tanzania
The Symposium will draw some differences and similarities between Egypt and Tanzania. Tanzania is a country that has roughly equal numbers of Christians and Muslims, yet it has never experienced significant inter-religious violence. Apart from engaging the Egyptian context, some of the policies and strategies that Tanzania's inaugural president, Julius Nyerere adopted in the formative years of independence will be explored, which helped provide a strong foundation for inter-faith harmony.
- Dr Khaled Mohamed Azab & Dr. Sameh Fawzy, Senior Managers at the Alexandria Library, responsible for anti-extremism program, relationships with religious institutions, contacts with media and cultural organizations, publishing and research.
- Dr Stephen McLoughlin Lecturer in International Relations, Director of the MA in Peace Studies, LHU.
|Category:||Conferences and Symposiums|
|Date:||Friday, 9 March 2018 - Friday, 9 March 2018|