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Conference programme

Event schedule


Adrian Siadkowski, Karol Kujawa (WSB University, Poland) - Opening lecture.


Rafał Batkowski (University of Lodz, Poland) - “Presentation of the ProSPeReS Project”.


Pavel Truchly (ISEM Institute, Slovakia) - Presentation of ProSPeReS WP7 Security Awareness Raising Campaign


Elizabeth Drayson (University of Cambridge, UK). She specializes in cultural history and the relationship between Arabic, Jewish, and Christian culture. Her latest book ‘Lost Paradise: the story of Granada’, is a history of the city of Granada from prehistoric times to the present, published by Apollo in July 2021. Her previous book ‘The Moor’s Last Stand: how seven centuries of Muslim rule in Spain came to an end’ (London: Profile Books, 2017) charts the life and times of Boabdil, last Muslim king of Granada, and was reviewed in The Times, Sunday Times and The Guardian.

‘The Power of the Book: How Muslims, Jews and Christians Worked Together in Medieval Toledo’



Ruth Bar-Sinai (David Yellin Academic College of Education, Israel). She has been involved in building dialogues between Israelis and Palestinians for many years. She taught at Academic College of Education where Christians, Muslims and Jews learn together. She promotes dialogues within Israeli society and use movement and team building as part of facilitating multi-cultural dialogues.

‘A Model for Multi-Culture Dialogue Enlightened by Concepts from Jewish Psychology’



Fabian Brüder (Continental Reformed church, Germany). He is the pastor of the Evangelical Reformed congregation in Dresden. Brüder studied theology at the Humboldt-University in Berlin. He also worked and studied in Lubeck, Munich and Tallinn where he had the opportunity to get to know the Orthodox and Catholic Church.  For years he has been involved in promoting inter-religious dialogue, especially among Christians. He organize many ecumenical meetings and create interreligious networks.

‘Interfaith Experiences - Examples of Interfaith Encounters in the Practice of a Protestant Pastor’



Agata S. Nalborczyk (University of Warsaw, Poland). She is a head of the Department for European Islam Studies at the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Warsaw. Her research focuses on Islam in Europe, legal status and history of European Muslim minorities, Polish-Lithuanian Tatars, Islamic religious leadership in Europe, the image of Islam and Muslims in Europe. Nalborczyk is a member of the Common Council of Catholics and Muslims, the European Council of Religious Leaders/Religions for Peace and the Committee for the Dialogue with Non-Christian Religions of the Polish Bishops’ Conference.

‘The Christian-Muslim Dialogue in Poland’



Hikmet Karčić (University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina). His research has been focused on the study of relations between Muslims, Christians and Jews. He has published a number of papers and reviews. Currently, he is a Senior Fellow with the New Lines Institute for Strategy and Policy in Washington, D.C. and a Researcher at the Institute for Islamic Tradition of Bosniaks (IITB) in Sarajevo. In the past he was a Fellow at the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation-Keene State College Global.

‘Inter-Religious Dialogue and Resilience in Bosnia and Herzegovina’



Conference participants and consortium members (moderators: Karol Kujawa, Pavel Truchly, Timo Hellenberg) - Discussion



Adrian Siadkowski - Closing Remarks