Lecture Theatre 4B06 in Block 4, Gate A, Massey University, Wellington
The Centre for Defence and Security Studies, Massey University invites you to a Symposium on Security and Religion.
The symposium sets out to capture the experiences and challenges facing modern states when it comes to protecting its religious citizens in a secular nation.
It explores ideas about states and the dynamics of religious diversity, social cohesion, human rights and security. It will draw together experts from the study of religion, sociology, philosophy, international relations, and security to consider the question of how do we all live together safely?
Drawing upon global scholarship and local grassroot responses, this symposium will investigate multi-disciplinary approaches to the question of how we can move forward after the Christchurch terrorist attack. The programme will not be directly discussing the Christchurch attacks, but it is intended to share a multidisciplinary field of academic thinking with the public.
LEAD MASSEY ACADEMIC PRESENTERS
Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley, Hate Speech: Preserving Public Security and Wellbeing.
Professor Rouben Azizian, Diplomacy, Religion and Security.
Dr Negar Partow (Symposium Organiser), Safety Versus Security: State Narratives.
Dr Wil Hoverd (Symposium Organiser), Religious Diversity: conceptual & practical challenges for Western nations.
Shahd El Matary, MA Student, The Integration of Muslim Immigrants in New Zealand.
Live global perspectives from Denmark, Canada & Australia via online presentation:
Professor Lene Kuhle (Aarhus, Denmark) The State and Islam: A Scandinavian Perspective.
Associate Professor Matthew Sussex (ANU, Canberra) Religion, Politics and Identity: Challenges for National Security Policy Makers.
Professor Lorne Dawson, (University of Waterloo, Canada) Radicalization: Insights from Talking with Western Jihadist Fighters in Syria And Iraq.
WHEN 0800 – 1230 Wednesday 1 May 2019
WHERE Lecture Theatre 4B06 in Block 4, Gate A, Massey University, Wellington
CONTACT To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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