Religare event

EVENING LECTURE: Religion in the Public Space, 20 October 2011, Sofia, Bulgaria

20/10/2011 19:30
20/10/2011 21:30

Venue: Institute for Ethnographic and Folklore Studies at Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria


Speakers: Professor Irene BECCI (Universität Bielefeld) and
Professor Lori BEAMAN (University of Ottawa)

Respondent: Professor Linda WOODHEAD (RELIGARE Advisory Board/Lancaster University)


In case you would like to register for the event, please send an e-mail with your details to:

WORKSHOP on 'Accommodating religion in the public space. Looking beyond Europe' - Sofia, Bulgaria, 20 October 2011

20/10/2011 09:00
20/10/2011 18:00

Organizers: University of Milan, International Center for Minority Studies and Intercultural Relations (IMIR), Complutense University of Madrid and the Free University Amsterdam.


On the occasion of a RELIGARE consortium meeting, the University of Milan together with the International Center for Minority Studies and Intercultural Relations (IMIR) will organize a Workshop titled 'Accommodating religion in the public space. Looking beyond Europe' taking place on the 20th October 2011 in Sofia, Bulgaria.


Evening Lecture on the incorporation of sharia law in the UK by Peter Cumper

29/06/2011 19:30
29/06/2011 21:30

Venue: Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Place du Congres 1, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium


We would like to invite you to an Evening Lecture on the incorporation of sharia law in the UK. The lecture will be given by Peter Cumper, Senior Lecturer at the University of Leicester (Department of Law) and Prof. Maleiha Malik (King’s College, London) will act as a respondant.


Public funding to religions in Europe: Current practices

12/05/2011 09:00
12/05/2011 18:00

Venue: University of Copenhagen (Københavns Universitet), Anneks B, Studiegården, Studiestræde 6, Copenhagen, Denmark.



Religious Diversity and Secular Models in Europe: What role and potential for the EU?, 14 January 2011, Brussels

14/01/2011 09:00
14/01/2011 13:00

This RELIGARE Meeting will be held on the 14th January 2011 at the Conference Room of the Belgian Senate (Leuvenseweg 21, 1000 Brussel).


It will provide the Work package leaders of the project with the opportunity to present their preliminary policy recommendations in order to discuss them with the partners, members of the Advisory Board as well as the invited participants present in the meeting.


The Burqa Affair across Europe: Between Private and Public

04/04/2011 14:30
05/04/2011 13:30

Venue: University of Insubria, Faculty of Law (Palazzo Natta, Via Natta, 14 - Como Italy)


For information please contact:

Prof. Alessandro Ferrari, University of Insubria:

Dr. Sabrina Pastorelli, University of Milan:

International symposium "Religious Diversity in the European Workplace" - 13 January 2011, Leuven, Belgium

13/01/2011 09:00

The Law Faculty of the Catholic University of Leuven organized an International Symposium  on the 13 January 2011 under the umbrella of RELIGARE. This event took place on the occasion of the first year of the project with a view to bring together junior and senior scholars from a range of disciplines and practitioners to exchange experiences and ideas.

Religion and the public-private divide - 7 & 8 October 2010, Como, Italy


Venue: Universita degli Studi dell'Insubria (Como, Italy)


Organised by the University of Milan as part of the research area ‘Public Space’, this workshop gathered some RELIGARE members and other scholars associated to the research project. This meeting aimed at providing guidelines for dealing with the presence of religion(s) in the public sphere (first session) and focused in particular on several thematic issues. 


Public funding to religions in Europe: historical approach, 13 December 2010, Strasbourg, France


Organizers: CNRS and University of Strasbourg

Venue: Strasbourg, 13 December 2010


This Seminar related to the research area dealing with 'State Support' aims at enlightening the historical roots of the current patterns of public funding to religions in various European countries.

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