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    Lehrstuhl für Religionspädagogik

    Coordinator RHR 2.0 (2012-2019)

    Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans-Georg Ziebertz (Germany)

    Professor of Practical Theology / Religious Education, University of Würzburg

    www.rp.theologie.uni-wuerzburg.de

    Coordinator RHR 1.0 (1997-2011)

    Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Johannes (Hans) van der Ven (The Netherlands)

    Associate researcher religion and human rights, Radboud University Nijmegen

    www.johannesvanderven.nl

    Participants

    Modestus Adimekwe (Nigeria)

    Visiting researcher at Würzburg University

     

    Dr. Milda Alisauskiene (Lithuania)

    Associate Professor of Sociology of Religion, Vytautas Magnus University

    www.vdu.lt

    “One of the major things in this project is its international perspective. The relation between religion and Human Rights is very important and relevant for my own country as well and I am glad that I will be able to share my insights on the situation in Lithuania with colleagues from other countries.”

    Prof. Dr. Francis-Vincent Anthony (Italy)

    University Pontificia Salesiana

    www.unisal.it

    Dr. Pal Ketil Botvar (Norway)

    Researcher of Political Science, Centre for church research Norway

    www.kifo.no

     

    “I think this project about Human Rights is very important also in Norway. We recently had a church state system what is now formally abandoned it and it is very interesting to see what will happen regarding the situation of religious rights.”

     

    Dr. Elena Bogdanova (Russia)

    Scientific researcher of Sociology, Centre for Independent Research St. Petersburg

    www.cisr.ru

    “I’m very glad to be involved in this promising and ambitious project that, since it involves twenty countries, is rather a comparison research between those countries.”

    Prof. Dr. Olga Breskaya (Belarus/Lithuania)

    Eurpean Humanities University, Vilnius

    www.ehu.lt

    Prof. Dr. Gordan Crpic (Croatia)

    Head of the department of Sociology, Croation Catholic University

    www.unicath.hr

    Prof. Dr. Jaco S Dreyer (South Africa)

    University of South Africa, Pretoria

    www.unisa.ac.za

    Prof. Dr. Simeon Evstatiev (Bulgaria)

    Associate Professor of Islamic Studies / History of Islam, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski

    www.uni-sofia.bg

    “I think it’s a great project because it covers a huge and diverse territory of different countries. And this is also why it is a big challenge, though I am confident that this will be a great success.”

    Rev. Dr. Clement Fumbo (Tanzania)

    Researcher and academican in the field of religious studies, The Open University of Tanzania

    moravian.datavision.co.tz

    Prof. Dr. Leslie Francis (United Kingdom)

    University of Warwick

    http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/

    Prof. Dr. Stefan Huber (Switzerland)

    Professor for empirical research in religion and interreligious communication, University of Bern

    http://www.theol.unibe.ch/ipt/content/ueber_uns/mitarbeitende/prof_dr_stefan_huber/index_ger.html

    Prof. Dr. Nikos Maghioros (Greece)

    University of Thessaloniki

    http://www.auth.gr/

    Prof. Dr. Jorge Manzi (Chile)

    Ponteficia Universidad Catolika

    http://teologia.uc.cl

    Prof. Dr. Üzeyir Ok (Turkey)

    Department of Psychology, Cumhuriyet University

    www.cumhuriyet.edu.tr

    “This project will be very useful for the Turkish population in terms of understanding their attitudes towards human rights and the social problems related to them.”

     

    Prof. Dr. Lluis Oviedo (Italy)

    Professor for Theological Anthropology and Fundamental Theology, University Antonianum of Rome

    www.antonianum.eu

     

    Prof. Dr. Milan Podunavac (Serbia)

    University of Belgrade

    www.bg.ac.rs/en_index.php

    Prof. univ. dr. Silviu Rogobete (Romania)

    Professor at West University of Timisoara

    http://dev.doctorat.uvt.ro/?p=904#more-904

     

    Dr. Henry Rozario (India)

    Sacred Heart College, Tamil Nadu, India

     

    Dr. Claudia Sarti (USA)

    Center for the study of Law and Religion, Emery University of Law

    www.cslr.law.emory.edu

    Dr. Iryna Sheiko-Ivankiv (Poland/Ukraine)

    Staff Attorney at the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative Kyiv

    Prof. Joaquín Silva Soler (Chile)

    Pontificial University Santiago de Chile

    http://teologia.uc.cl/Details/Silva-Soler-Joaquin.html

     

    Dr. Anders Sjöborg (Sweden)

    Sociologist, Uppsala University

    www.crs.uu.se

    “Researching Human Rights and Religion is very important to increase the culture of Human Rights in European Countries.”

     

     

    Dr. Carl Sterkens (The Netherlands)

    Associate Professor Empirical Religious Studies

    Radboud University Nijmegen, NL

    www.ru.nl/ftr

     

    Dr. Christos N. Tsironis (Greece)

    Senior Lecturer for Contemporary Social Theory, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

    http://users.auth.gr/tsironis/

    "This project truly is a challenge and an invitation. The Religion and Human Rights topic is a crucial field of research and a paradigm of interdisciplinary work"

    Prof. Dr. Viktor Yelensky (Ukraine)

    Ukrainian Catholic University Lviv

    Dragomanov University Kyiv

    www.ucu.edu

    “We’re witnessing the so-called great returning of religion in a rather aggressive manner. So the ways of reconciliation between the two sources of authority, religion and politics, is a great scientific and societal task.”

    Dr. Ivan Zabaev (Russia)

    St. Tikon's Orthodox University

    http://pstgu.ru/en/

    Dr. Francesco Zaccaria (Italy)

    Lecturer of Practical Theology, Apulian Theological Faculty

    www.facoltateologica.it

    Dr. Katarzyna Zielinska (Poland)

    Institute of Sociology, Jageiellonian University

    Dr. Sophie Zviadadze (Georgia)

    Coordinator of the Civil Integration Program by Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development, Ilia State Univercity, Georgia

    www.cippd.org

    “We experience now a renaissance of religion and also tendencies of secularization in Georgia. The results from this research can help us to explain these in our modern society.”

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