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"Diaries for Peace. From Libya to Granada" Exhibition by Matug Aborawi

On Wednesday, December 20th, at 7:00 pm CET, the exhibition by Matug Aborawi will be inaugurated with a public event at the Town Hall Square in Granada (Spain). There, the pictural work of the Libyan artist will be presented with music, poetry and declarations of solidarity and support for refugees and migrants. This act aims to be a plaidorie for peace and against the war that countries like Libya suffer. Furthermore, many representatives of social and institutional organizations from Granada and different cities of the world will be present at the event.
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The II Seminar "Islam 2.0" will take place in Granada in December

On the 14th and 15th December, the II Seminar Islam 2.0: “Continue, break, rework: The Islamic tradition on the 21st century” will take place in Granada, at the Euroarab Foundation. This seminar is organised in the frame of the R+D+i Project Islam 2.0: Cultural and religious signs of mediterranean societies in transformation – ALAM2.0 and Euroarab Foundation.
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The University of Granada presents the first edition of the Master’s Degree “Islam Today”.

"Islam Today” is a non-official master’s degree offered by the University of Granada in order to fill the gap in postgraduate programs offered at Spanish universities, and respond to the existing demand for studies specialized in Islam, as a religion (exegesis, doctrine), a cultural phenomenon and a social component, as well as in Islamism. Registration and grant applications are open until October 27.

Sharia in the 21st Century - Challenges, Actors and Scenarios

On February 20 and 21, the Euroarab Foundation organizes the International Congress "Sharia in the 21st Century - Challenges, Actors and Scenarios" in its headquarters in Granada. With the participation of different experts on this topic from Europe and the Maghreb, this congress tackles a linguistic, legal, sociological, theological and historical approach of Sharia in order to reach a better understanding of how it is perceived in the 21st century and how it faces its main challenges.