Dialogue 4.0: The Role of Religious Communities in Fostering Inclusive Societies and Sustainable Development
Pubblicato il 20190303
Oratorio di San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini Sala di rappresentanza Banca di Bologna (Corte de’ Galluzzi, 6) Bologna
As the world is said to be on the cusp of a fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0, do we need a dialogical revolution, or Dialogue 4.0, that is a new era of interreligious dialogue and collaboration to help humankind foster inclusive societies and sustainable development worldwide? In an ever more polarized world, should policymakers see religious actors as partners in building long-term strategies to foster pluralism, social cohesion and sustainable development?
Emanuela Claudia DEL RE, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation – Italy
Kristina ARRIAGA, Vice-Chair of the US Commission for International Religious Freedom – USA
Craig CALHOUN, Professor of Social Sciences, Arizona State University – USA
Fadi DAOU, Chairman and CEO, Adyan Foundation – Lebanon
Alberto MELLONI, Director, John XXIII Foundation for Religious Studies; UNESCO Chair on Religious Pluralism and Peace, Bologna University – Italy
Yahya PALLAVICINI, President, COREIS Islamic Religious Community of Italy
Fabio PETITO, University of Sussex & Head of the MFAIC-ISPI Programme on ‘Religions and International Relations’ – Italy/UK
The conference will be held in English without translation.