This international conference, organized by our Institute for the Study of Freedom of Religion or Belief (ISFORB), aims to draw up a state of affairs on FORB research in Europe. Three key challenges to FORB in Europe have been identified to receive particular attention: (a) (inter)national crisis situations; (b) religious nationalism and (c) secular discomfort with religion.
The conference will take place online in a modular format which will allow broad and flexible participation, plenty of room for discussion and diverse networking opportunities.
- Prof. Dr. Heiner Bielefeldt (University of Erlangen, former UN Rapporteur on FORB)
- Dr. Alexis de La Ferrière (University of Portsmouth)
- Dr. Tatiana Kopaleishvili (ISFORB/ETF Leuven)
- Dr. Jelle Creemers (ISFORB/ETF Leuven)
Other researchers join this conversation and present papers on each of these sections or related topics.
Participation at the conference is free, but we kindly ask you to register no later than May 4. Academically interested practitioners are also warmly invited to participate in the conference.
|Thursday, 6 May 2021|
|13:00-13:30||Walk-in networking opportunity|
|Friday, 7 May 2021|
|9:00-9:30||Walk-in networking opportunity|
Practical Information and Registration
The conference will take place online. Participants will receive conference details and urls in due time.
Conference fee: free
Because we want to allow easy participation to scholars from all over Europe, no conference fee is fixed. The conference is partially sponsored by Open Doors International to allow this easy access for scholars from all over Europe.
You can register for this conference here. Registration closes when the maximum of 100 participants is reached or on 4 May at 23.59pm.
Support the conference!
Participants and supporters are invited to contribute to the conference costs and the mission of ISFORB with a free gift with mention of ISFORB.