SPIRITUALITY, SUSTAINABILITY AND THE FUTURE OF THE EARTH - MOVING MOUNTAINS
Date: 12 September. Time: 09:00 - 15:30. Location: Universitetshuset Biskopsgatan 3, Uppsala
Lecturer: Confirmed Speakers: Archbishop Antje Jackelén (Church of Sweden), Anders Cardinal Arborelius (Roman Catholic Church), Chair Ingrid Inga (Sami Council of the Church of Sweden). Suleiman Arale, Deputy Principal, Kista folkhögskola, The Revd Henrik Grape, (World Council of Churches). Further speakers to be confirmed.
Join us to learn more about and discuss perspectives from different faith traditions on living sustainably and how we can contribute to meeting the challenges at global, national and local levels.
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