Ethics & Public Policy Center

Faith Angle Europe: November 2019


Côte d’Azur, France


The Faith Angle Forum held its 34rd Conference on Religion, Politics & Public Life—and its first ever in Europe—from November 3–5, 2019, in Côte d’Azur, France. Over two days, sixteen journalists from the U.S. and Europe, along with eight scholars, convened for sessions on the rise of national populism, immigration in Europe, how ancient biblical wisdom can speak to today’s problems, and how religious pluralism might be renewed today.

The series brings together a select group of nationally and internationally respected journalists and distinguished scholars for in-depth discussions of cutting-edge issues at the intersection of religion and public life. Under the leadership of director Josh Good, the Faith Angle Forum provides extended discussion and the kind of deep reflection that is not always possible in today’s fast paced world of breaking news.

November 2019 topics:

Religious Pluralism
Dr. Os Guinness
Dr. Shadi Hamid

Reframing the Problem
Dr. Micah Goodman
Bss. Philippa Stroud

National Populism
Anne Applebaum
Dr. Eric Kaufmann

Immigration in Europe
Dr. Kathleen Newland
Br. Gioacchino Campese

 

Participants


Katrin Bennhold, The New York Times

David Brooks, The New York Times

Goffredo Buccini, Corriere della Sera

Michelle Cottle, The New York Times

Benjamin Domenech, The Federalist

Rob Gifford, The Economist

Susan Glasser, The New Yorker

Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, Columnist

Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic

Simon Kuper, Financial Times

Paulina Neuding, Quillette

Christine Ockrent, France Culture

Henry Olsen, The Washington Post

William Saletan, Slate

Anne Snyder, Comment Magazine

Bartosz Wieliński, Gazeta Wyborcza

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