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Internazional Conference On
Problems of migration, pluralism and coexistence

October 24-25 , 2019


Thursday 24 October 2019 (Faculty of Law, University of Seville)

10:00 – 11:30
Opening Session

Mohammed Bensalah, Director of Granada Institute for Research and Graduate Studies, Granada, Spain

Roberto Mazzola, Director of Inter-University Center for Culture, Law and Religions, University of Piemonte Orientale, Italy

Garcia Gonzalez Alfonso Javier, Dean of the Faculty of Education Sciences, University of Seville, Spain

Opening Lecture:
How can migration enrich multiculturalism and promote shared values? Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad, Morocco


10:45 – 12:15
The question of values in the contemporary world

Moderator: Verónica Cobano Delgado, University of Seville, Spain The Crisis of the Liberal System and the Arab-Muslim World,
Paolo Branca, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy Looking for Values in a Society in Crisis: the Importance of Quality Teacher Training,
Encarnación Sánchez Lissen, University of Seville, Spain Education as an Entry Point for Establishing a Culture of Peace and Tolerance in Light of the Crisis of Values in Contemporary Society,
Abdellatif Kidai, University of Mohammed V Rabat, Morocco ICT and Education in the Face of the Challenges of the Modern World, Mercedes Llorent Vaquero, Universidad of Jaen, Spain


12:30 – 14:00

Crisis of knowledge and crisis of values: In the need to face the evils of a world in crisis

Moderator: María Teresa Terrón Caro, Pablo de Olavide University, Spain

Culture, Religion and Values in Contemporary Societies,

Mustapha El Mourabit, the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad, Rabat, Morocco.
Use of Religious Signs in European Schools.

Vicente Llorent Bedmar, University of Seville, Spain

Islamic religious teaching in Spain: teacher perception,

María Navarro Granados, University of Seville, Spain.
Spanish university students: interpersonal relationships in the 21st century,

Ana Castellano Beltrán, University of Seville, Spain

Friday 25 October 2019 (Faculty of Education Sciences , University of Seville)


Political Islam in Europe: Transformation and Trajectories

Moderator: Yunis Qandil, Researcher in Islamic Studies
and Philosophy of Sociology at the Free University of Berlin, Germany.

Amel Moussa, Research Professor of Sociology, University of Tunis, Tunis.
“Change of the attitude of the Tunisian Renaissance Movement: the lessons of European exile and the inevitability of interaction”

Abdallah Sayed Ould Bah, Research Professor of philosophy, University of Nouakchott, Mauritania.
“The intellectual transformations in European political Islam through the model of Rashid Ghannouchi and Tariq Ramadan”14:30


09:00 – 10:30
Migration, pluralism and the values of the modern state

Moderator: Mohammed Khalid Rhazzali, University of Padova, Italy Moroccan Immigration in Spain and Socioeducational Integration, Verónica Cobano Delgado, University of Seville, Spain Latent Functions of the Migratory Crisis: the End of Interculture,
Vincenzo Romania, University of Padova, Italy International Migrations and Gender. Risks, motivations and strategies of migrant women in a border context,
María Teresa Terrón Caro, University of Seville, Spain Criminalization of Immigration in the Speech of The Spanish Extreme Right “Fox”,
Omar El Hammoud, Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona, Spain


10:45 – 12:45 Current transformations: Importance of values in building the future

Moderator: Mohammed Bensalah, Granada Institute for Research and Graduate Studies, Granada, Spain The development of new social-religious attitudes towards the new pluralism,
Carmen Ruíz Bravo
Villasante, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain Cultural pluralism and religious conversion,
Stefano Allievi, University of Padova, Italy Spain and values 2.0: from game to politics,
Saif El Islam Benabdennour, Foro Abraham para el Diálogo, Spain Spanish university students: interpersonal relationships in the 21st century,
Ana Castellano Beltrán, University of Seville, Spain
Closing Lecture: Coexistence, equality and freedoms Pedro Martínenez Montávez, Professor emeritus of the Autonoma University of Madrid and Former President of the same university and Doctor Honoris Causa by the universities of Jaén, Alicante and Granada.

13:00 – 14:00
Graduation Ceremony of Second edition of the Master in Master “Religion, Politics and Citizenship»

Visit of the Giralda Palace, Santa Cruz and the Ancient City

La Giornata