The FEDE in the French Senate!
Jean-Louis Bischoff, director of research for the FEDE and scientific director of the FEDE doctoral school participates in a symposium at the Senate in Paris, France.
The theme is « Religions and the Republic » and more specifically in a round table discussion, «Equality». Jean-Louis Bischoff presents findings from his research and those of the FEDE Research Institute: the unbreakable link between equality and humanism, the primordial role of education in the genesis of a more human and civil society and the importance of teaching all religious and spiritual facts at school.
Accompanied by the philosophers (Blandine Kriegel – former president of the High Council of Integration; Abdennour Bidar – High-ranking official; Olivier Abel – Professor at the “Faculté de Théologie protestante” in Montpellier), journalists (Thierry Guerrier – France Télévisions ; Fabrice Drouelle – France Inter), and other celebrities (Fatia Benatsou – Prefect delegate of Equal Opportunities in the Val d’Oise ; Nicole Bricq – Senator ; Antoine Frérot – CEO of Veolia ; Ghaleb Bencheikh – Islamic scholar and presenter of the TV program « Islam » on France 2 ; etc.), Jean-Louis Bischoff examines the links between « Liberty », « Equality», « Fraternity», « Secularism » and « Religions ».