Preventing Conflicts Through Intercultural Dialogue – The Example of Azerbaijan

7 November – Conference

16:30-17:15

UN Office in Geneva, Palais des Nations, Room IX, Geneva, Switzerland

We are living in a critical global context, marked by unprecedented threats to peace and security. The conference will present the tradition of multiculturalism and religious tolerance in Azerbaijan, together with its state policy for fostering intercultural dialogue as a tool for conflict prevention.

Attendance is free, but registrations must be received before 1 November using the following system:

  1. Please send an email to paris@teas.eu with your name and organisation.
  2. If you do not have a UN badge you will need to register for a Geneva Peace Week pass to access the Palais des Nations. This pass is valid for the entire week, so if you have already registered for one to attend a different Peace Week event, there will be no need to do it again. 

    If you have not yet registered for this pass please follow the steps below:

         Step 1: Create an account in INDICO at the following link: https://reg.unog.ch/user/register  
         Step 2: Register for the event here: https://reg.unog.ch/event/21607/  

 

Speakers include:

  • Mr. Nijat Mammadli, Director, International Relations Department, The State Committee of Work with Religious Organisations of the Republic of Azerbaijan
  • Mr. Alexander Mejia, Editor-in-Chief, UN Special magazine
  • Dr. Daniel Pommier Vincelli, Researcher, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
  • Mr. Lionel Zetter, Director, The European Azerbaijan Society Foundation (TEAS)

 

The conference is organised within the Geneva Peace Week initiative by TEAS, the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the UN Office and other International Organisations in Geneva, and The State Committee of Work with Religious Organisations of the Republic of Azerbaijan.