Course by La Granda on religious conflicts
“The major risks of current religious-based conflicts,” held on August
26, includes the participation of Karim Hauser, who is responsible for
Casa Árabe’s Governance Area.
August 26, 2015
Its objectives are to complete, promote and collaborate on all types of studies, seminars, scientific meetings, publications and any other related activity.
The courses by La Granda are conceived with three objectives in mind: as a meeting point for intellectuals and scholars who, mainly originating from the Americas, Europe and Spain, discuss cutting-edge topics for Hispanic culture, with all its wealth of potential; as a point of convergence for concerns about the region of Asturias with other more general concerns in Spain and the Spanish-speaking world at large; and last of all, as a focal point for compiling and disseminating a wide range of published materials related with its specific area.
The schedule of this course directed by Servando de la Torre is as follows:
10:00 a.m. Introduction
Mr. Emilio de Diego
Academy of Moral and Political Sciences
10:30 a.m. Radical Islamic Ideologies: A global perspective on the Jihadist phenomenon
Mr. David González de Oliveira
Analyst - Master’s degree in Studies on Conflicts (IDC Herzliya University in Tel Aviv, Israel)
11:15 a.m. Debate
11:30 a.m. Break
12:00 p.m. State and Non-state Role-players in the Middle East
Mr. Karim Hauser
Responsible for the Governance Area at Casa Árabe.
12:45 p.m. The Mediterranean Refugee Crisis
Mr. José Mª Jiménez
4:30 p.m. Jihadist Terrorism
Mr. Manuel Morato Ferro
Colonel of the Spanish Army. Contributor at the Institute of Strategic Studies in London
5:15 p.m. Round table discussion
Moderated by: Mr. Servando de la Torre
Ambassador of Spain
Attendance at the courses is free of charge.