The Tenth Sarajevo UN World Interfaith Harmony Week

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2022-02-07

Country: Bosnia Herzegovina
City: Sarajevo
The Tenth Sarajevo UN World Interfaith Harmony Week Politics, Religion, and Tolerance 7–14 February, 2022. International Forum Bosnia will be hosting its Tenth Sarajevo UN World Interfaith Harmony Week from the 7th to the 14th of February this year. This reflects International Forum Bosnia's response to the call addressed by the UN General Assembly session held on October 20, 2010 to member-states, inviting them to organize programmes during the first week of February each year that contribute to the understanding of religious plurality and build trust between the component elements of that plurality. The key themes of this year's programme are summed up in the title, Politics, Religion, and Tolerance. The programme of the Tenth Sarajevo UN World Interfaith Harmony Week will take place on Zoom. It includes the following panels: οƒ˜ First Panel on Politics, Religion, and Tolerance 7 February (Monday), from 15.00 – 17.00h, Zoom Asim Zubcevic, moderator οƒ˜ Second Panel on Religious Plurality and the Formative Books of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Traditions 8 February (Tuesday), početak u 14.00 – 16.00h, Zoom Ivo Markovic, moderator οƒ˜ Third Panel on Hatred, Celebrating Atrocities, and Intolerance in Ethno-Nationalist Ideologies 9 February (Wednesday), from 14.00 – 16.00h, Zoom Krsto Mijanovic, moderator οƒ˜ Fourth Panel on The Sacred in Bosnian Cultural Heritage, I 10 February (Thursday), from 14.00 – 16.00h, Zoom Amra Hadzimuhamedovic, moderator οƒ˜ Fifth Panel on The Sacred in Bosnian Cultural Heritage, II 11 February (Friday), from 14.00 – 16.00h, Zoom Amra Hadzimuhamedovic, moderator The moderators of the five panels will present the themes and contents of each panel at the inaugural session of the five-day programme. Each panel will comprise at least four presentations which will serve as the basis for further discussion. There will be a concluding session on day 5 to sum up the discussions and issues raised with regard to each of the thematic areas. The panels are open to the media and the public. Asim Zubcevic IFB Centre for Interreligious Dialogue