Preventing and countering radicalisation
Evening debate- Thursday 3 March 2016, 19.30
organised by COMECE in co-operation with the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation
Venue: 11, Avenue de l' Yser B-1040 Brussels
It is beyond doubt that radicalisation is one of the increasing challenges for contemporary Europe; it often escalates – especially among youth — into various forms of extremism. It is represented primarily by radicalisation among Muslims and, often in response to this, by a revival of many European traditional forms of radicalism that relate to nationalism and xenophobia. The identity crisis of individuals is listed among the main causes that serve as a common ground for all of them.
- Dr. Mohammad Ali Shomali, Director of Islamic Centre of England
- Rev. Prof. Tomáš Halík, Charles University in Prague
- Dr. Christiane Höhn, Adviser to the EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator
Moderation: Dr. Ian Linden, Tony Blair Faith Foundation
Interpretation will be provided in ENGLISH, GERMAN & ITALIAN
The debate will be followed by a cocktail reception
Please note that due to the limited seating capacity, registrations will be accepted in the order they are received in.
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