Date(s) - 02/05/2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Church Center for the United Nations
This event will cover what diverse faith traditions teach on nationalism and national identity, as it relates to refugee protection, migration policy, and immigrant integration. Many religions have clear moral teaching on the treatment of refugees and migrants. Yet they have not spoken as clearly on rising nationalist movements that impede the just treatment of refugees and migrants. This panel – comprised of diverse faith leaders and scholars – will discuss how religious teaching on these issues can promote more cooperative and generous responses to refugees and migrants, inform the global compacts on refugees and migration, and ensure that the compacts live up to their promise and potential.
- Hon. Judge Mohamad Abou Zeid, Senior Judge in the Family Court of Saida/Lebanon
- Silas Allard, Associate Director of the Center for Law and Religion and Harold J. Berman Senior Fellow in Law and Religion, Emory University School of Law
- Rabbi Felicia L. Sol, B’nai Jeshurun
This event is free.