Chaïma Ahaddour is assistant professor Islamic Ethics at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, KU Leuven, where she is a member of the Research Unit Theological and Comparative Ethics. Her areas of specialization are: Islamic ethics, beginning-of-life issues, end-of-life care.
Chaïma obtained her doctoral degree in Religious Studies at the KU Leuven. She has worked on a doctoral dissertation on the attitudes, beliefs and practices regarding death and dying among middle-aged and elderly Moroccan Muslim women living in Antwerp, Belgium. Currently, Chaïma's research focuses on Islamic perspectives on issues at the beginning of life, including prenatal diagnosis and termination of pregnancy.
<h3 class="text-align-center">6-8 December 2020</h3>
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<p>9-12 August 2020, in collaboration with Leuven Centre for the Study of Islam Culture and Society.</p>