Religious Perspectives on Human Rights

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a one-day roundtable discussion on ‘Religious Perspectives on Human Rights’. It was held on Friday 25 October, kindly hosted at Catholic Theological College, East Melbourne, followed by a related book launch on Islam in Australia.
It was a small and convivial gathering of religious scholars from a number of different traditions, who came together to discuss the concept of human rights and how these might be understood from each tradition’s perspective. The Australian Human Rights Commissioner, Edward Santow opened the discussion on the day.
I presented titled " Human Rights and Guilt by Association Said Nursi's Renewal Approach' which later I published it in the Australian Journal of Islamic Studies. Here is the link for the paper.
Period19 Mar 202031 May 2022
Event typeConference
LocationMelbourne, AustraliaShow on map
Degree of RecognitionNational