This Evening!!! ACI Zoom with Linda Hogan – Human Rights and the Challenges for the Church – Thursday March 24th

Human Rights and the Challenges for the Church



More than ever, the intersection between human rights and religious traditions and their importance in a global context remains a geopolitical flashpoint. Linda is at the forefront of international debates on the intersection of religion, gender and human rights.

Professor Linda Hogan of Trinity College, Dublin – Chair of Ecumenics, School of Religion – is an ethicist with extensive experience in research and teaching in pluralist and multi-religious contexts. Her primary research interests lie in the fields of inter-cultural and inter-religious ethics, social and political ethics, human rights and gender.

ACI is honoured to host Linda as guest speaker for this latest Zoom call in our Synodal Pathway series.

To join us on Thursday March 24th at 8.00 pm, click the link below.

Meeting ID: 846 4334 3076
Passcode: 450310

Click here for the ACI website.

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