International Archon Conference to focus on, "Religious Freedom: Turkey's Bridge to the European Union"
The Order of St. Andrew the Apostle, Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in America, will hold an International Religious Freedom Conference entitled "Religious Freedom: Turkey's Bridge to the European Union," on November 16-17, 2010 at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium.
The International Archon Religious Freedom Conference has been finalized and is scheduled in Brussels, Belgium at the European Parliament from November 13-19. The US Embassy to the Kingdom of Belgium, where Ambassador and Mrs. Howard Gutman are hosting a reception in honor of the Conference, needs to have the names of invitees with social security numbers as soon as possible. The Order needs to know if you are planning to attend this historic conference.
Archons and friends invited to attend "Religious Freedom: Turkey's Bridge to the European Union", An International Archon Religious Freedom Conference, Nov 16-17, Brussels, Belgium
Join His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America for a two day conference in Brussels, Belgium bringing together scholars, religious freedom and human rights advocates, journalists, diplomats, parliamentarians, religious leaders, representatives of the Government of Turkey, lawyers and members of minority communities that will focus on religious freedom, Turkey's bridge to the European Union.
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The Hurriyet Daily News reports on 'Hagia Sophia, Halki mark religious freedom panels' by Vercihan Ziflioğlu
An international conference on “religious freedom in Turkey,” was held in Berlin, focusing on the Hagia Sophia and Halki Seminary issues, which have remained problematic for decades.
I have spent the past three days in the German capital, to attend an international conference organized by the Archons, a religious order whose main focus is to protect the rights of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Istanbul. But the conference, aptly titled “Tearing down walls,” was focused not only on the Ecumenical Patriarchate or the tiny Greek Orthodox community in Turkey but also other religious minorities that suffer religious freedom violations.
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