When: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 19:00 - Friday, February 23, 2018 17:00
Where: Venue: II Auditorium, KEDEA, Aristotle University Thessaloniki, Greece
(picture credit: Paul Jeffrey)
Since June 2015 Europe has been confronted with an unprecedented sudden wave of refugees and migrants in addition to the previously existing refugee and migrant streams.
Churches, Christian NGO’s and Christian politicians have tried to respond at the situation at hand. However there has not been much opportunity to reflect on the broader religious, spiritual and economic consequences and implications of the situation in a broad ecumenical setting. This is what this CEMES/Sallux project aims to offer.
The goal is a scientific 2 day conference on «The Political, Religious and Spiritual Dimension of the Economy and the Refugee Crisis». And a series of exposures in refugee camps and hot-spots with a 1 day guided tour. The result of the event will be a publication for distribution across Europe.
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