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As the official representative of A Common Word in North America, the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University will host a follow-up meeting to its successful conference A Common Word: A Global Agenda for Change, held in October of 2009. This year’s conference will explore concrete initiatives undertaken by practitioners from Muslim and Christian faith communities, in hopes of going beyond theological discussions and highlighting the “so-what” factor of this important initiative. Participants will present significant projects taking place on both a local and international scale, demonstrating the breadth and success of outcomes that can emerge as a result of multi-faith cooperation and the key principles outlined in A Common Word.

 

11am-12:30pm Panel 2: Religion & Conflict Resolution in Nigeria

Chair: Jonathan Brown (Georgetown University)

Panelists: Qamar-ul Huda (United States Institute of Peace), John Gana (Permanent Mission of Nigeria to the United Nations), John Paden (George Mason University), Shobana Shankar (Georgetown University)

                        Respondent: John O. Voll (Georgetown University)    

 

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