The Baha'i community of Spain co-organized a conference on 26 October on the subject of radicalization.
More than 70 people attended a daylong seminar about radicalization, organized by the Baha’i community of Spain in collaboration with several other organizations. The seminar was held on 26 October at the Center of University Studies associated with the King Juan Carlos University in Madrid.
The dynamic conversations took place in the formal and informal settings of the conference. Here, attendees speak during a break.
Leila Sant (right) of the Spanish Baha’i community’s office of public affairs speaks on a panel about the causes of violent radicalization while Juan Jose Tamayo, theologian and director of the Chair of Religious Studies of Carlos III University, listens.
This group photo shows speakers and organizers of the seminar.