G20 Interfaith Summit 2016: Beijing

Hosted by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and jointly sponsored by the Institute of World Religions and the International Center for Law and Religion Studies at Brigham Young University, a unique event took place in Beijing, China, 30 August – 1 September 2016, simultaneously with the meeting of world leaders for the G20 Economic Summit in Hangzhou. Chinese scholars joined with other international experts to discuss the topic “Dialogue among Civilizations and Community of Common Destiny for All Mankind“.
 
International experts participating in the event included Paul Babie and Carolyn Evans (Australia), Elizabeta Kitanović (working in Belgium), Rodrigo Vitorino Souza Alves (Brazil), James Christie and Karen Hamilton (Canada), Katayoun Alidadi (working in Germany), Tahir Mahmood and Faizan Mustafa (India), Asher Maoz (Israel), Marco Ventura (Italy), Rt. Rev. Yoshinobu Miyake (Japan), Liviu Olteanu (Switzerland), Recep Şentürk (Turkey), Frederick W Axelgard, Ram Cnaan, Ganoune Diop, Cole Durham, Katherine Marshall, Brett Scharffs, and Sherrie Steiner (United States).
 
Summit Reports can be accessed here.