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Dal 1 al 3 aprile 2019 si è svolta a Roma la conferenza internazionale Contested Humanities: a Dialogue on Ecumenical Spaces of Hospitality in Europe. L’incontro, organizzato dal SIMI in collaborazione con la Universitetet di Oslo (UiO) e il Norwegian Institute di Roma e ospitato dalla Pontificia Università Urbaniana, ha riunito docenti, ricercatori e religiosi esperti a vario titolo di mobilità umana. In un momento di confronto e di dialogo che ha posto al centro la dimensione ecumenica della questione, gli esperti hanno discusso sul ruolo di Chiese, Ong, associazioni per i diritti umani e dei singoli cittadini nella promozione dell’ospitalità, dell’integrazione e dell’inclusione di migranti e rifugiati in Europa.

Di seguito il programma:

Day 1 – Mapping the challenge

08.30 – Greetings

Prof. Leonardo Sileo, Rector of the Pontifical Urbaniana University

Prof. Pietro Angelo Muroni, Dean of the Faculty of Theology, Urbaniana University

Prof. Christopher Prescott, Director of the Norvwegian Institute in Rome

9.00-10.30 Migration and hospitality – Challenge populism in the South and in the North of Europe

Chair: Prof. Gioacchino Campese (SIMI-PUU Rome)

Prof. Trygve Wyller, (University of Oslo)

Prof. Aldo Skoda, cs (SIMI-PUU Rome)

10.30-10.45 – Coffee break

0.45 – 12.30 The Human, Christian and Ecumenical perspective on migration

Chair: Prof. Gioacchino Campese (SIMI-PUU Rome)

Archbishop Antje Jackelen (Uppsala, Sweden):

H.E. Mons. Silvano Tomasi (Dicastery for Integral Human Development)

Open discussion

12.30-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15.30 – Claiming/Receiving the Migrants and Refugees in Europe

Chair: University of Oslo

Prof. Tendayi Bloom (The Open University, United Kingdom) – Recognition of Noncitizenship

Prof. Bernhard Waldenfels (Ruhr University Bochum, Germany) – Europe between globalization and localization

16.00-17.30 – Diversity, non identity. Is there a Nordic/Southern perspective?

Chair: University of Oslo

Prof. Thomas Hylland Eriksen (University of Oslo, Norway)

Prof.ssa Milena Santerini (Catholic University of Milan, Italy)

Open discussion

Day 2 – Identity politics and beyond

9.00-10.00 Chair: Prof. Matteo Sanfilipo (CSER/University of Tuscia, Italy)

Two case studies:

Casa Scalabrini 634, Rome, Italy

Bergsjön Congregation/Rosengrenska Foundation, Gothenburg, Sweden

Open discussion

10.00-11.00  – Populism in Europe

Chair: Prof. Matteo Sanfilippo (CSER/University of Tuscia, Italy)

Dr. Cathrine Thorleifsson (University of Oslo, Norway)

Prof. Fabrizio Battistelli (University La Sapienza Roma, Italy) Open discussion

11.15-11.30 – Coffee break

11.30-12.45

Prof. Vanessa Barker (University of Stockholm, Sweden)

Dr. Carlotta Sami (UNHCR)

Open discussion

12.45-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15.15 – Migrant and Refugees contested Citizenship

Day 3 – Politics / Religion / Law

09.00 – 12.00 – Greetings and welcome

H.E. Mons. Brian Farrell, Secretary of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity

Promote welcoming and integration in Europe

Chair: Prof. Aldo Skoda and Prof. Trygve Wyller

Dr. Mario Giro, Former Italian Vice minister for the Foreign Affairs, Rome

Prof. Bryan Turner (Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia; University of Potsdam, United Kingdom)

Prof. Trygve Wyller (University of Oslo, Norway)

Fr. Fabio Baggio – Undersecretary Section Migrant & Refugees (DIHD)

Conclusion of the conference