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Dr. Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière has been invited to participate in the G20 Interfaith Forum in Bologna in September 2021

Dr. Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière has been invited to participate in the G20 Interfaith Forum in Bologna in September 2021

  • Date28 August 2021

The G20 Interfaith Forum (IF20) is an annual platform that aims to advance policy solutions to global challenges by collaborating with religious leaders and political representatives.

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The G20 Interfaith Forum offers an annual platform where a network of religiously linked institutions and initiatives engage on global agendas (primarily and including the Sustainable Development Goals). Each year, the G20 Interfaith Forum develops policy briefs that are designed to provide substantive input benefiting from insights of a range of religious communities designed to be of assistance to those in official policy-making roles. 

Whilst in Bologna, Dr. Artaud de La Ferrière will be collaborating with other members of the Forum’s Freedom of Religion and Belief Working Group to finalise a policy report on FoRB during public health emergencies. This work builds on an initial report published by the Religious Liberty and COVID-19 Research Project, led by Dr. Artaud de La Ferrière and Prof. Nicolas Miller (Andrews University). 

Dr. Artaud de La Ferrière will be presenting his work on 12 September 2021. 

 

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