Psychosocial Wellbeing - Experiences of being a Christian in Pakistan and a Muslim in Sweden Har passerat
Torsdag 14 november 2019 17:00 - 17:30 Globala scenen
Talare: Hasnain Govani - Desk Officer Religious Minorities at The Swedish Agency for Support to Faith Communities (SST), Jennifer Jag Jivhan - Director of Christian Study Center in Pakistan
Moderator: Görel Byström Janarv - Journalist and Pastor within Equmeniakyrkan (Uniting Church in Sweden)
Workshop facilitator: Anna Carin P Stenbeck
A meeting with a woman from Pakistan and a man from Sweden who will share their experiences of vulnerability of being in a minor group in the society. How is their psychosocial wellbeing affected by this? What are the challenges and what are the coping strategies for individuals, families and organizations? How are people motivated to become human rights defenders and peacebuilders and how can they practice their religion even if it might challenge their psychosocial wellbeing?
Equmeniakyrkan i samverkan med Svenska Missionsrådet (SMC)
Agenda 2030, Diskriminering, Delaktighet, Fredsbyggande, Hållbarhet, Identitet, Inkludering , Integration, Minoriteter, Psykisk hälsa, Religion och övertygelsefrihet, Själslig/existentiell hälsa, Social hälsa , Trygghet
Gymnasieelever, Lärare och pedagoger, Studenter vid högskola/universitet, Civilsamhälle, Intresserad allmänhet
Hasnain Govani - Desk Officer Religious Minorities at The Swedish Agency for Support to Faith Communities (SST) Talare
Smajo Sahat is an Imam and is working for Swedish Council of Churches with Spiritual care at Swedish prisons.
Jennifer Jag Jivhan - Director of Christian Study Center in Pakistan Talare
Jennifer Jag Jivhan is a Christian leader and Director of Christian Study Center in Pakistan.
Görel Byström Janarv - Journalist and Pastor within Equmeniakyrkan (Uniting Church in Sweden) Moderator
Journalist och pastor inom Equmeniakyrkan
Anna Carin P Stenbeck Workshop facilitator
International Desk officer at Equmeniakyrkan (Uniting Church in Sweden)