Anne Dijk is a religious scholar and Islamic theologian with a specialization in structures of authority including gender and authority in Islam. Dijk is founder and director of Fahm Institute. Fahm Institute is an independent organization that aims to create a better understanding of Islam and Islamic related issues.
The program includes a multi-religious opening, keynote speech, dialogue tables, a ‘human library’ (meeting people with stories of inspiration), musical intermezzo, time for interaction, and lunch with a vegetarian option
About the conference theme
In public discourse, religions do more harm than good with respect to the rights of women, stereotype gender roles, and sexual minorities. But this is not the whole story. Religions and worldviews are super diverse. What does the interreligious and intra-religious dialogue look like regarding issues of homosexuality and gender roles for example? What do feminism and masculinity mean in discussions about gender and faith? And what is the role is eco-feminism in the debate on religion and gender?
This conference invites you to an open-minded interaction with people who find inspiration from a diverse spectrum of sources, religious and non-religious.
Registration fee: €15 for those with a salary, €5 for students
The registration fee includes participation in the conference, lunch, coffee/ tea, and snacks.
Online reserveren is niet mogelijk voor dit evenement.