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Volos Academy for Theological Studies organizes the first of the four round tables Greek Orthodoxy and the “other” in Greece in 2040 in the framework of the National Committee “Greece 2021”, examining the role of religion as a whole, and more particularly of Orthodoxy, in our relationship with the “other”, focusing in Greece in the period of the next twenty years. This way it anticipates to contribute to a sustainable model of mutual understanding and coexistence of religions and cultures and, ultimately, to a sustainable world, starting from the broader geographical area of the Balkans and the Mediterranean, and its possible permutations by 2040.

First round table


We and the “other”: Facts and perspectives for Hellenism and Orthodoxy

Athens, Caravel Hotel, September 6, 2021, 7.00 p.m.

 

Participants include:

His Eminence Anthimos, Metropolitan of Alexandroupolis (Church of Greece)

Dr. George Prevelakis (Emeritus Professor, Sorbonne University, Permanent Representative of Greece at the OECD)

Dr. Dimitrios Moschos (Professor, Faculty of Theology, University of Athens)

Dr. Vassiliki Yakoumaki (Assistant Professor, University of Thessaly, Department of Social Anthropology)

Moderator: His Eminence Ignatius, Metropolitan of Demetrias, Chair of the Board of Directors of Volos Academy for Theological Studies and Coordinator of the Working Group “Greek Orthodoxy and the ‘other’ in Greece in 2040”.

The Round Table will be available in live transmission at the following link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSKFE4hdTDk

Painting by Nikos Eggonopoulos

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