The discussion will be held in Sarajevo, on 18th October 2014 from 10:00 until 13:00 o’clock.
Secularism is in European terms generally understood as a separation of state and organized religion. The issue of secularism and in general the relation between state and religious organizations has become especially problematic issue for the states of former Yugoslavia but it also poses serious threat to the increasing ethnic complexity in Europe. Can secularism as a norm help overcome this problem both in Europe and abroad?
Welcome by Adnan Huskić, Project Coordinator, FNF Bosnia and Herzegovina
Giulio Ercolessi, Member, LibMov Movimento Liberale, Member of the Board of Directors, European Liberal Forum Mark van de Velde, Telders Foundation, Netherlands
Emir Kovačević, Interreligious Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dino Abazović, Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo
Aleksandar Trifunović, Editon‐in‐Chief, 6yka portal
Zoran Ivančić, Head, Public Interest Advocacy Center
Moderated by Adnan Huskić, Project Coordinator, FNF Bosnia and Herzegovina
Venue: Hotel EUROPE, Conference Room MEZZANINE, Vladislava Skarića 5, Sarajevo 71000