Expert talk

The concept of tolerance in human rights and religion

On the 29th of November, the Central Research House (CRH) and KAS organize a roundtable discussion, at the Smallville Hotel, Beirut, revisiting the concept of tolerance in human rights and religion.

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On the 29th of November, the Central Research House (CRH) and KAS organize a roundtable discussion, at the Smallville Hotel, Beirut, revisiting the concept of tolerance in human rights and religion.

The Middle East is witnessing a massive wave of calls for tolerance, in response to the spread of extremism. The concept of tolerance is very recurrent; however the relation between various religious ethnicities is predominantly influenced by regional developments.

Within two sessions experts will scrutinize the concept of tolerance through the lenses of human rights, reconciliation and religion.

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Venue

Smallville Hotel, Beirut

Contact

Peter Rimmele