Speaking from a religious perspective, he will discuss:
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 7 P.M.
SALT LAKE CITY MAIN LIBRARY AUDITORIUM
"Islam and Human Rights: How will the Arab Spring bring Peace to the Middle East?”
THURSDAY, MARCH 21, NOON
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH MARRIOTT LIBRARY GOULD AUDITORIUM
“The Needs of Ethics when dealing with an Islam Legal System (Bioethics, Environment, and Gender)”
There is no admission charge; both lectures are free and open to the community.
Please see Dr. Ramadan’s professional biography at his website,
The Salt Lake Interfaith Roundtable is pleased to co-sponsor this event as part of its ongoing educational series, in association with the Salt Lake City Main Library and the University of Utah Marriott Library.
Throughout the year, the Roundtable regularly co-sponsors a number of free community programs and events with the purpose of facilitating interfaith dialogue.
The Roundtable is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization consisting of over 220 individuals working to promote love, harmony, and an increased understanding among persons of all faith traditions, cultures, and belief systems everywhere.
To donate, or to find out more about the Roundtable, annual Interfaith Month, and the Musical Tribute, please visit www.interfaithroundtable.org.