ACCTS participates in a dialogue on Social and Spiritual Effects of the Corona Virus Crisis
ACCTS takes part in a unique, eye-opening gathering on the Social and Spiritual Effects of the Corona Virus Crisis in Tunisia.
July 10, 2020
Hotel Sheraton, Tunis, Tunisia (ACCTS) - Dr. Nabeeh Abbassi participated in the round table work on "The Social and Spiritual Effects of the Corona Virus Crisis" in a conference gathered religious Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Baha'i figures. The meeting was under the patronage of Attalaki Pour la liberté et l'égalité Association and Konrad Adenauer institute. It took place in the Sheraton Hotel in the city of Tunis Hotel on Friday, July 10.
This event has been an opportunity to address the social and spiritual impacts of the emerging pandemic on society. Moreover, how religious institutions, civil society organizations, and citizens dealt with the situation, as well as the religious and citizen solidarity and synergy. Religious leaders, activists, and researchers from various intellectual resources participated in this endeavor.
Rashid bin Ahmed, President of the Attalaki Association, expressed his gratitude for Dr. Nabeeh's active presence in the gathering, emphasizing that it has been a real opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences.
ACCTS seizes the opportunities to participate in such gatherings. We hope that this event would be an opportunity to break stereotypes and build a ground for peaceful coexistence and active participation in society to serve our values and principles.