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Appel à contributions – PENSER LES RADICALISATIONS RELIGIEUSES (dossier Politique africaine)

« Penser les radicalisations religieuses en Afrique »

coordonné par Roland Marchal (CNRS, Ceri-Sciences-Po)

et Zekeria Ould Ahmed Salem (Université de Nouakchott)

Il n’allait nullement de soi de proposer un dossier à Politique africaine sur les radicalisations religieuses dans un contexte où le monde académique, les médias et les politiques publiques s’en sont déjà largement saisis. Pourtant, c’est justement cette profusion actuelle de discours et de recherches qui constitue le point de départ de ce dossier. Son questionnement porte sur la manière dont la notion de radicalisation, en l’occurrence en Afrique, est abordée dans le champ des sciences sociales.
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The IRP (Islam Research Programme)

closing conference IRP program - March 4, 2013, University of Khartoum

 

The Islam Research Programme in Sudan is part of an overall research program “Strengthening Knowledge of and Dialogue with the Islamic/Arab World” commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. The general aim of the program is to strengthen knowledge of and dialogue with the Muslim world. The program ‎concentrates on research on contemporary developments in the Muslim world that are relevant to Dutch policy ‎development in the field of international cooperation. Subjects of research fall within the areas of Islamic law, ‎political and socio-economic developments, and culture and religion.

The project is implemented in Sudan by the CEDEJ-Khartoum, which led a multidisciplinary team of researchers composed of Sudanese, French and American scholars who study religion, and its multiple expressions, social, political and legal in the societies of Sudan and South Sudan.

Closing events took place on March 4th and 5th, 2013, at the University of Khartoum and the Embassy of the Netherlands in Khartoum. For more details, visit the CEDEJ website.