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Interfaith Interaction with Eboo Patel

 

Let us seek mutual help and friendship and stand firm in constancy and patient perseverance


 


Interfaith Coalition for Peace, New Delhi

 Cordially invites you for an
Interactive Session
with

Eboo Patel
(Member,
White House Council on Faith-based and Neighborhood Initiatives)

on Monday, March 02nd, 2009 at 05:30 pm at
 India Islamic Cultural Centre (Conference Hall-II), Lodi Road, New Delhi 

(Kindly join us for tea and snacks at 05:30 pm & dinner at 7:30 pm)

 S. Nirmal Singh Raipuri   Fr. Packiam Samuel   Smt. Laxmi Sharma   Dr. S. Zafar Mahmood

         Vice President           General Secretary         Vice President                 President

R.S.V.P.
Interfaith Coalition for Peace

A-92 C Taimoor Nagar,  New Delhi 110065
9910984463 (Fr. Samuel)    9910058317 (Gladys)    9871760670 (Alim)
Telefax: 011-26315196     Email:
icpindia2007@rediffmail.com    Web:  www.icpindia.org

 

EBOO PATEL, Founder and Executive Director

Eboo Patel is the founder and Executive Director of the Interfaith Youth Core, a Chicago-based international nonprofit working to build mutual respect and pluralism among religiously diverse young people by empowering them to work together to serve others. He is the author of Acts of Faith: The Story of an American Muslim, the Struggle for the Soul of a Generation. Eboo holds a doctorate in the sociology of religion from Oxford University, where he studied on a Rhodes scholarship. He writes "The Faith Divide", a featured blog on religion for The Washington Post and has also written for the Harvard Divinity School Bulletin, the Chicago Tribune, The Clinton Journal, The Review of Faith and International Affairs, The Journal of College and Character and National Public Radio.  Eboo serves on the Religious Advisory Committee of the Council on Foreign Relations, the National Committee of the Aga Khan Foundation USA, the Advisory Board of Duke University's Islamic Studies Center, and the National Board of the YMCA.  He has spoken at the TED Conference, the Clinton Global Initiative, the Nobel Peace Prize Forum and at universities around the world.  Eboo is an Ashoka Fellow, part of a select group of social entrepreneurs whose ideas are changing the world; was named by Islamica Magazine as one of  ten young Muslim visionaries shaping Islam in America; was chosen by Harvard's Kennedy School Review as one of five future policy leaders to watch; and was given an honorary doctorate from Washington and Jefferson College.

He was recently appointed by President Obama to the White House Council on Faith-based and Neighborhood Initiatives.

 

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