Peaceful Coexistence

Fethullah Gülen

A conference entitled "International Conference on Peaceful Coexistence: Fethullah Gülen's Initiatives for Peace in the Contemporary World" was held at Erasmus University of Rotterdam on 22-23 November 2007. Below are full texts of the conference papers. A .pdf version of the papers as a whole can be found at conference web site.

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Now More Than Ever: Making Non-violent Change in a Globalised World T. Steve Wright
Dialogical and Transformative Resources: Perspectives From Fethullah Gülen on Religion and Public Life Paul Weller
The Vision of Education within Pluralistic Societies in the Thought of Gülen: The Contribution of Non-Denominational Education Towards Inter-Religious and Communal Understanding, Peace and Identity. A Study of Contrasts in the UK, Turkey and the USA Ian G. Williams
Investigating the Contribution of Fethullah Gülen Through the Activities of a Gülen-Inspired Religio-Cultural Society Based in Ireland Jonathan Lacey
From 'New Man' to 'World Citizen': The Replication of Fethullah Gülen's Renewal Vision in the Dutch Context Tineke Peppinck
Harmonic Learning: The Congruent Education Models of Fethullah Gülen and James Moffett Tom Gage
Promoting Human Rights Values in the Muslim World: Towards an Inclusive Civilization in Gülen's Thought and Practice Özcan Keles
A Communitarian Imperative: Fethullah Gülen's Modern Turkey as a Model Mark Schee
Searching for a New Unity of Thought Among People of Different Religious Affiliations: Voices from Central Europe Gabriel Piricki
Gülen's Paradigm on Peaceful Coexistence: Theoretical Insights and Some Practical Perspectives Gürkan Çelik, Kate Kirk, Yusuf Alan
Resemblance of Fethullah Gülen's Ideas and Current Political Developments in Uzbekistan Victoria Levinskaya
New Religious Sociabilities in Euro-Islam: The Organizational Logics and Recognition Politics of Gülen Movement in France and Germany Emre Demir
Peaceful Muslim–Non-Muslim Co-existence in a Secular Context Farhod Alimuhamedov
Introduction to the Published Book by Dutch Former Prime Minister A.A.M. van Agt