Oppression and liberation : Diversity of Religious Perspectives

Table ronde
12 Août 2016  13h00 - 15h30

How can we contribute toward setting out the elements of an interreligious dialogue on oppression and liberation ? Such is the main objective of this activity that will take the form of a round table bringing together panelists from diverse spiritual and religious traditions. We want to respond to three main issues : the place of interreligious dialogue within the perspective of liberation ; a de-centering of the Western/Modern matrix ; a gathering that will encourage learning about one’s own tradition. What place does the binary oppression/liberation (or its equivalent) occupy in the spiritual or religious traditions of the participants : Is it central and structuring, secondary and adjunct or inexistent and not active ? Are there profoundly different ideas about oppression and liberation but that occupy an analogical function in each tradition ?

Intervenants
Gerald Boodoo , Professor, Duquesne University, Pittsburg, USA
José Bellver Martinez , Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Barcelona, Spain
Kanasohon Kevin Deer, Mohawk, Kahnawake
Denise Couture, Professor, Université de Montrréal
Agustí Nicolau-Coll, Centre Justice et Foi, Montréal
Table ronde
12 Août 2016  13h00 - 15h30
Université du Québec à Montréal – Pavillon PK (Local PK-1320)
201, avenue du Président-Kennedy
Montréal, QC, Canada
Langue(s) principale(s) de l’activité
Anglais
Publics cibles
Général, Autochtones, Personnes racisées
Activité étendue sur internet
non
Dernière modification
20 June 2016
Oppression and liberation : Diversity of Religious Perspectives
Organisation responsable de l'activité
FMTL Forum mondial théologie et libération
Administrateurs
Denise Couture
Thème
Luttes globales et solidarité internationale
Objectifs
Informer / Sensibiliser
Développer des compétences / Former
Débattre / délibérer / discuter
Proposer / Développer des alternatives
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