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20 November

| 2014 | 18:00

Symposium: Whose Jerusalem? Jerusalem and the Challenge of the “Other”

  • Free
  • Public
  • Radak 20, Jerusalem
  • Free
  • Public
  • Radak 20, Jerusalem
Symposium: Whose Jerusalem? Jerusalem and the Challenge of the “Other”

The Institute, together with the JCJCR, recently hosted the annual Symposium in Memory of Daniel Rossing, Founder and First Director of the Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations.

Annual Symposium in Memory of Daniel Rossing, Founder and First Director of the Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations 
  
Thursday, 20 November 2014, 18:00-20:00 
Teddy Kollek Auditorium, Jerusalem Institute
24 Radak St., Jerusalem 
    
Chair: Dr. Sarah Bernstein, Director, Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations
 
■  Remembering Daniel Rossing 
Dr. Zahava Neuberger, Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations
  
■  Jerusalem – City of All: Between Particularism and Universalism
Meir Kraus, Director, Jerusalem Institute 
  
■  Guiding Christianity and Christian Sites in Jerusalem – Presentation of initial research findings
Dr. Orit Ramon and Adaya Kadmi, The Open University 
  
■  The Challenges of Educating for Tolerance and Coexistence in East Jerusalem
Fauzi Abu-Ghosh, Principal of the Amal School, Atarot 
  
■  Jewish Education and Pluralism – From Theory to Practice: The Case of Jerusalem
Prof. Michal Muszkat-Barkan, Director of the Department of Education and Professional Development at Hebrew Union College—Jerusalem
  
The event will be conducted in Hebrew.
Please RSVP your participation
Tel: 02-5630175 (ext. 11, 13), 054-210-3314
Email: mail@jiis.org.il
(Parking near the Jerusalem Theatre on Chopin Street)
www.jcjcr.org