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Avec la présence de Madame Lorena Lando de l'Organisation Internationale pour les Migrations et Monsieur Mondher Ben Hamida de Tunisian American Young Professionals en tant qu'intervenants, et Dr. Kamel Jedidi de Columbia University en tant que rapporteur.
The Institute for Religion, Culture & Public Life and Columbia Global Centers are organizing a conference entitled "Pluralism(s) in Emergencies: Movement, Space, and Religious Difference" in Tunis, Tunisia. The project is being organized with support from the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages (IKOS) at the University of Oslo; and the Centre for Religion, Conflict, and Globalization at the University of Groningen.