Debate » 09 July 2016 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

"Green Values, Religion and Secularism" Debate in Belfast

The event took place in Belfast on the 9th of July, and it was organised by the Green European Foundation, together with the Green Foundation Ireland.

This event was a chance to continue the fruitful discussions about the topics featured in the book "Green Values, Religion and Secularism". With this publication, the Green European Foundation aspires to foster the debate within the Greens towards a more coherent stance on the changing role of religion in European society. 

The debate in Belfast was entitled "Green values and progressive politics: religion, humanism and the ethical basis for political activism". It featured Erica Meijers (Co-Editor, Bureau de Helling) who will speak about "Marx, Religion and Politics" and a discussion about the book, with Nuala Ahern (Co-Editor, Green Foundation Ireland), John Barry (Professor of Green Political Economy at Queen's University Belfast) and Erica Meijers.

The debate was organised with the help of the Centre for Sustainability and Environmental Governance in Queen's University Belfast. 

TIME AND LOCATION: Saturday the 9th of July, between 11h00 and 16h00, at Queen's University Belfast.

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