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CSIS Conference: Religious and Ethnic Tolerance in South Caucasus and Central
[Sept. 11, 2012, in Washington, D.C.]

From: Mihaela David <MDavid@csis.org>
Subject: CSIS Conference: Religious and Ethnic Tolerance in South Caucasus and Central Asia - Sept.11
Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2012

You are cordially invited to a conference on Models and Challenges to Religious and Ethnic Tolerance in the South Caucasus and Central Asia

September 11, 2012
9:00am-1:30pm
B1 Conference Room
CSIS 1800 K. St. NW, Washington, DC 20006

Please join us for a timely discussion on the post-Soviet experience with multiethnic and multi-faith societies and the destabilizing trends of rising religious extremism. Government officials and experts will draw lessons from the South Caucasus and Central Asia region on how to foster religious and ethnic tolerance and to preserve stability in insecure regions.

For a preliminary agenda, please click here:
http://csis.informz.net/CSIS/data/images/europe/
091112_caucasus.rel.tol.conference.agenda.pdf

This discussion will be on-the-record.

Please RSVP to Mihaela David at MDavid@csis.org if you plan to attend.

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From: Mihaela David <MDavid@csis.org>
Subject: CSIS Conference: Religious and Ethnic Tolerance in South Caucasus and Central Asia - Sept.11
Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2012

You are cordially invited to a conference on Models and Challenges to Religious and Ethnic Tolerance in the South Caucasus and Central Asia

September 11, 2012
9:00am-1:30pm
B1 Conference Room
CSIS 1800 K. St. NW, Washington, DC 20006

Please join us for a timely discussion on the post-Soviet experience with multiethnic and multi-faith societies and the destabilizing trends of rising religious extremism. Government officials and experts will draw lessons from the South Caucasus and Central Asia region on how to foster religious and ethnic tolerance and to preserve stability in insecure regions.

For a preliminary agenda, please click here:
http://csis.informz.net/CSIS/data/images/europe/
091112_caucasus.rel.tol.conference.agenda.pdf

This discussion will be on-the-record.

Please RSVP to Mihaela David at MDavid@csis.org if you plan to attend.


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