Take part of a historic event as we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of the Human Rights by taking a visionary look ahead:
“How can spirituality and religious practice be secured freedom and support in contemporary society?“
With this question the Spiritual Human Rights 2008 conference explores how the freedom of thought, conscience and belief can be adapted to meet the needs of a modern landscape of religious diversity and increased interest in spiritual evolution.
A MEETING BET WEEN HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS, RESEARCHERS & SPIRITUAL PRACTITIONERS
The conference is an exploratory event where human rights activists, social scientists and NGO s meet with representatives of spiritual communities to define the emerging field of spiritual human rights - embracing the issue from a theoretical as well as a practical perspective.
Contemporary practice and research in the field will be shared in a combination of open space workshops, presentations, panel discussions and networking activities. With a clarified state of affairs and a collective visionary work the Spiritual Human Rights 2008 aim to end in a common declaration directing further work within Human Rights, societal work, media and politics.
TOPICS FOR DEBATE
PARTICIPATE ALREADY TO DAY
You are invited to give your contribution to Spiritual Human Rights 2008 already today by contributing to our forum discussions.Here you can leave your testimony, observations and suggestions to be considered for the further programming and the final declaration. You can also contribute to or start discussions related to Spiritual Human Rights.
The Spiritual Human Rights 2008 Conference is initiated and hosted by the NGO Soteria International