International Forum Bosnia's Centre for Interfaith Dialogue will mark UN World Interfaith Harmony Week from the 3rd to 4th of February, 2016. The United Nations Organization\\\'s General Assembly declared on the 20th of October that the first week of February in every year would be UN World Interfaith Harmony Week, calling on all the various actors of the international order to support awareness of religious plurality with appropriate programmes
From 6:00pm until 8:00pm
At Hotel Europe Sarajevo
Vladislava Skarića 5, 71000 Sarajevo
International forum Bosna / 00387 33 217 670; 217 680The programme of the IFB\\\'s Centre for Interfaith Dialogue comprises: A public discussion of “The Philosophy of Difference and its Challenges for Politics, Culture and Economics” Mile Babić, Rusmir Mahmutćehajić and Žarko Papić, 3rd of February, (Wednesday)2016, Hotel Europe, to start at 18:00; Exhibition “Views of Bosnian Towns” by: Dženis Avdić, Nihad Babović, Haris Bulić, Amer Hadžić, Mehmed Hrasnica, Amela Hrelja, Lejla Junuzović, Esmeralda Kahrimanović, Ena Kevrić, Monika Malbašić, Edita Mušić, Haris Ovčina, Azra Smječanin A presentation of Bosnian books on major contemporary issues, Hotel Europe, 4th of February (Thursay) 2016, to start at 18:00 Five new books will be presented to the public (1) Lejla Nakaš, ed., Plovdivska bosanska knjiga (Sarajevo: Međunarodni forum Bosna 2016); Fikret Čaušević, Globalization, Southeastern Europe, and the World Economy (New York: Routledge, 2015); Amra Hadžimuhamedović, Naslijeđe, rat i mir (Sarajevo: Sarajevo University Press, 2015); Mile Babić, Hegelova filozofija prava (Sarajevo: Sarajevo University Press, 2012); Rusmir Mahmutćehajić, Andrićevstvo: Protiv etike sjećanja (Beograd: Clio, 2015). The books will be presented by: Mile Babić, Žarko Papić, Desmond Maurer, Rusmir Mahmutćehajić and Senadin Lavić.