Within the framework of the joint cultural cooperation between the UNESCO Chair at our University and the French Institute in Baghdad, the parties held a symposium on tolerance and the dialogue of religions between Christianity and Islam. Frère Emmanuel Pisani, Director of the Paris Institute of Religious Sciences and theological, and Dr. Mortada Mohamed Ali, participant Researcher at Sorbonne and ...Read More »
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(Joint symposium of the UNESCO Chair for Dialogue at University of Kufa and the French Institute in Baghdad)
Fraternity, tolerance, justice, and equality are concepts common to the divine religions brought back to the front by the visit of His Holiness the Pope to Iraq and his meeting with representatives of religions, particularly with supreme leader Sayyid Ali al Sistani indulgence in Najaf al-Ashraf. These concepts will be the centerpiece of an Islamic-Christian dialogue interspersed with discussions on ...Read More »
Dr. Alaa Shatnan, the Director of the UNESCO Chair participated in the events of the Conference Iraqi National Dialogue. where Conference Held in Baghdad for two days from 29 to 30 May, with the broad participation of civil society organizations, government institutions, members of parliament, and representatives of all religions, doctrines, and nationalities in Iraq. The conference sessions focused on ...Read More »
The UNESCO Chair for Dialogue, in cooperation with the French Institute in Baghdad, was conducting a symposium entitled “Le Coran des historiens “.
With an official and academic presence that included both the Minister of Culture Dr. Hassan Nazem, the French Ambassador in Iraq, Mr. Bruno Hubert, the President of the University Kufa, Prof. Yasir Lafta Hassoun. The UNESCO Chair for Dialogue at the University of Kufa in cooperation with the French Institute in Baghdad organized a symposium entitled “Le Coran des historiens ...Read More »
The UNESCO Chair for Dialogue, in cooperation with the French Institute in Baghdad is Conducting a symposium entitled “Le Coran des historiens “. Where The French expert, Professor Mohamed Ali Amir Moezzi will talk about his author (Le Coran des historiens) with the participation of Dr. Abdul Ameer Zahid of the University of Kufa and administered by papa Ameer Jaje ...Read More »
The UNESCO Chair for Dialogue at Kufa University participated in the International Conference on (Humanities and Prospects for Service to Society), organized by the University of Al-Mustansiriyah for the period from27 to 28 April 2021) with the broad participation of Iraqi and Arab universities. where Dr. Alaa Shatnan, the Director of the UNESCO Chair for Dialogue participated in the Conference ...Read More »
The UNESCO Chair for Dialogue, in cooperation with Department of civil society of Arts, University of Kufa, conducted a symposium entitled ” the role of civil society organizations in promoting dialogue in Iraq”.
the symposium hosted legal adviser Dr. Mohammed Abdul Amir Anooz . Saturday 3/4/2021. The symposium addressed the role of civil society organizations in promoting national dialogue in Iraq. Dr. Alaa Shatnan ,the Director of the UNESCO Chair for Dialogue Started the Symposium by explaining the Concept and History of Civil Society and the Supporting Role of Civil Society Organizations in ...Read More »
UNESCO Chair for Dialogue, in collaboration with the Faculty of Languages of the University of Kufa, has held the seminar entitled (the pope’s visit and its Repercussions on the World Press (French, English, Persian, Turkish and Russian, Thursday, 1/4/2021 at 9 p.m. Lecturers: About French: Dr. Alaa Shatnan/Director of UNESCO Chair for Dialogue About English: Dr. Musab Abdul Zahra Rahim ...Read More »
n, Director of the UNESCO Chair for Dialogue at the University of Kufa participates in the concluding session of the dialogue project “Tahawer” that took place in Baghdad on Tuesday, 30 March, 2021. The event was attended by prominent figures; among them were representatives of the European Union, the British Council, the Iraqi Minister of Culture, in addition to clerics ...Read More »
Dialogue Ambassadors, a group of promising young leaders, visited the UNESCO Chair for Dialogue, accompanied by Dr. Saad Salloum, director of the Masarat Foundation for Cultural Development and one of the founders of the Iraqi Council for Interfaith Dialogue.This cross-sectarian dialogue project consists of nearly 4,000 ambassadors for dialogue in the Iraqi governorates in order to build bridges between the ...Read More »