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- Surveillance – what is the right dose?
- Building trust and resilience in diverse societies
- Media responsibility in the “age of terror”
I thank SIESC and UCIIM for having me invited to this Round Table and I take that opportunity to tell you some things from the point of view of AIDU, the Association of university teachers of Italy, which I have the honour to preside, and also of Luciano Corradini, who would have liked very much to be with us today. I’m going to divide the topic which was entrusted to me in three parts: 1. The uncertainty and the rights of young people in the globalized world; 2. The change which happened in the international distribution of work, which has opposed planetary regionalization to globalization; 3. The projects for facing the uncertainty and the fears of young people: a new humanism and the school for a new society.
An enraged mob set an Ahmadi place of worship on fire in Punjab's Jhelum district on Saturday, following Friday night's arson attack on a factory.The place of worship was located in the Kala Gujran area of Jhelum, which was under guard of local police forces.The mob managed to break through the police cordon which was established to safeguard the Ahmadi places of worship, following Friday night's unrest.
0 Preliminary remarks
a.. A reflection rooted in "memory": the dynamics of identity and mission
b. A reflection rooted in hope: opportunity for renewal
c. A reflection linked to the Church “kairos”: PR relocated in the context "Franciscan"
1 General comments on EG
a. A postsinodal apostolic exhortation
i. The Synod of the New Evangelization
ii. Change of track
1. from secularized Europe to the Latin America of the poor
2. from truth and ideal to signs and action
3. From truth and beauty to prophetic denunciation and “fuss” making
iii. An “inculturation” of Evangelii nuntiandi from Paul VI
b. The programmatic declaration of Francis
i. No lamentations
ii. Positive and joyful spirit
iii. Of the poor and for the poor
iv. More movement than organization: reaching out Church
Prakash explains his experience of the UN Universal Periodic review of Nepal in 2015: preparing the local team, training members, writing the report, communicating at the local level, lobbying in Geneva, and follow up. Prakahs ends with the recommendation of being open to the diversity of situations in the country and at the same time remaining coherent and keeping hope.
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Focsiv (Federazione degli Organismi Cristiani Servizio Internazionale Volontario) is organizing a pilgrimage from Rome to Paris to support the COP21 meeting. The challenge is to ask people to change their life style, to offer a future to the earth and to our children. Women have a particular role to play in their mission in family and education.
Event and ceremony organised by the Conference of INGOs to mark the 17th of October
STRASBOURG 16 OCTOBER 2015
Each year, the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe marks the 17th of October, the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, and organises an event which brings together all those who are dedicated to overcoming poverty all year round and those who live with it on a daily basis.
This year’s event takes place at the Council of Europe on Friday 16 October and will focus on child poverty in Europe. A ceremony will be held at 12h30 on the forecourt of the Palais de l’Europe in front of the replica of the commemorative stone symbolising the refusal of extreme poverty.
- Religion as minority
- Youth as minority
- Women as minority
Minority as Religion:
Pakistan is the 6th most populous country among 160 countries of the world. Pakistan is facing many problems like other Asian Countries in the world. It is a under developed country facing many social, political and economic issues. Religious extremism is the burning issue that we Pakistani are facing after 9/11.
Salt is acting in East Mamaysia to help young people to become "contemplative activists" by analyzing the local situation, conduct a theological reflection and act with indigenous communities. Among the challenges of the movement, how to transfer the knowledge to the younger generations? A the political level, migrants are often used for election purposes.
John Dayal is a journalist, documentary filmmaker, researcher and social activist. He is a Member of the National Integration Council of the Government of India, the National Monitoring Committee for Minority education, and has chaired major colleges in Delhi. He is a former Treasurer of the Editors Guild of India, National president of the All India Catholic Union, founder general secretary of the All India Christian Council, and is Spokesman of the United Christian Forum. He speaks to Victor Edwin SJ for Jivan]
John, you are being threatened on line. Who are these people and what is the reason?
John: I have filed a complaint with the Delhi police on this issue and the matter is under investigation by experts in cyber crime. But by the nature of the threats, it is clear that they come from people who identify themselves with the ideology of the Sangh Parivar. They may, or may not, be formal members of any of the connected organizations, but their thought process is clear.