[Update: Video + Photos] Ethno-Religious Equality, Islamophobia, Multicultural Equality & Moderate Secularism: useful outside the West? – CILE - Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics
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[Update: Video + Photos] Ethno-Religious Equality, Islamophobia, Multicultural Equality & Moderate Secularism: useful outside the West?

CILE | 12/02/2018
[Update: Video + Photos] Ethno-Religious Equality, Islamophobia, Multicultural Equality & Moderate Secularism: useful outside the West?

The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE), a member of College of Islamic Studies (CIS) in Hamad Bin Khalifa University, cordially invites you to the upcoming public lecture by Dr. Tariq Modood, professor of sociology, politics and public policy at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom.

It will be held on January 17th, 2018 from 7 to 9 pm in conference room (1) at the College of Islamic Studies building.

In this lecture, Dr. Modood will present four interlocking concepts that he has developed to understand the accommodation or integration of Muslims in Britain and other parts of Western Europe: Ethno-Religious Equality, Islamophobia, Multicultural Equality and Moderate Secularism.

 

 

The following questions will be addressed to the audience:

  1. Are these a coherent and attractive set of concepts?
  2. Are they a good way of working for the the accommodation of Muslims in Western Europe?
  3. Do they have anything useful to say to Muslim majority countries about how to accommodate ethno-religious minorities?

 

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About the Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE):

CILE aims to contribute to the reform and renew the Islamic thought by developing a contemporary vision guided by the fundamental principles of the Holy Qur’an, Sunnah and the higher objectives of Islamic Shariah. For more information, please contact: CILE Office.

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