Which is the appropriate way to speak to a teenager about religious freedom and how should their individual religious choices be protected? Is it a good idea to replace teaching religion at school with ethics? How should interreligious conflicts at school and in the family be resolved and build relationships based on dialogue? Does the organization of nativity plays in school violate worldview neutrality and, finally, is a neutral school a secular school?
Education experts will answer these and many other questions and discuss contemporary problems and challenges during our second virtual debate on religious freedom in the life of a teenager. Thanks to the practical interactive formula of conducting discussions, you can also join it by asking a question right away on our Facebook page or directly during the meeting. May the 22nd day of each of the next three months be an opportunity to reflect, in particular, on the value of religious freedom for each of us, whether believer, doubter, or non-believer. It is always worth talking, which is why we are counting on your participation!
Participants in the debate:
We also invite you to participate in the next live virtual meetings, scheduled on the dates:
May 22, 2021 (Saturday), at 18.00 – debate on religious freedom in student educationand
June 22 (Tuesday) at 18.00 – debate on religious freedom in the education of mature people