="--Anonym" St Gabriel Institute for Theology of Religions

Who we are

Publications

  1. Vienna International
    Christian-Islamic Round Table (VICIRoTa)
  2. Studies in Theology of Religions (SzR)
  3. Contributions to the Theology of Religions (BzR)
  4. Iranian-Austrian Conferences (IÖK)

Conferences & Meetings

  1. Vienna International
    Christian-Islamic Round Table
  2. Religio-Theological Symposia
  3. Encounters with Believers of Other Religious Traditions
  4. Iranian-Austrian Conferences
  5. Special Initiatives

Information

Conferences: Vienna International Christian-Islamic Round Table

5th Plenary Meeting:
St Gabriel / Vienna, October 24 to 25, 2008

Participants and Programme

coordinated with

"35 Years of the St Gabriel Dialogue Initiatives"
In cooperation with the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research

Programme
supported by
The Federal Ministry of Science and Research
4th Plenary Meeting:
St Gabriel, June 30 to July 3, 2006

"Education for Equality:
An Answer to Injustice and Intolerance"

Participants and Programme

coordinated with

VICIRoTa Summer School 2006,
June 28 to July 8, 2006

"Christians and Muslims in Dialogue:
The Future of Humanity"
In cooperation with the University of Vienna

Programme

supported by
The Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Culture
3rd Plenary Meeting:
Vienna, July 3 to 6, 2004

"Poverty and Injustice –
Alarming Signs of the Present Crisis
in Human Society Worldwide"


Participants and Programme
supported by
The Austrian Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs,
The Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Culture,
The Section Science and Research Promotion, City of Vienna
2nd Plenary Meeting:
Vienna, February 21 to 24, 2002

"Intolerance and Violence.
Manifestations – Reasons – Approaches"



Participants and Programme

Communiqué
supported by
The Austrian Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs,
The Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Culture,
The Section Science and Research Promotion, City of Vienna
1st Plenary Meeting:
Vienna, October 19 to 23, 2000

"What is the most important problem
humanity is facing on their way into the future,
and what can be done to overcome it?"


Participants and Programme

Communiqué
supported by
The Austrian Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs,
The Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Culture,
The Section Science and Research Promotion, City of Vienna