Papers are also invited from interested participants.
The topics are expected to include the discussion of similarities in:
* The nature of death in Christian and Muslim teachings
* The Right to Life and Obligation to Preserve life:
And differences In
* Muslim and Christian approaches to Euthanasia
* The Right to dignified death
* Legal and moral challenges to the right to death
* The validity of legal acts of ill persons: scope and limitations
Further details about the conference are available from
Dr Seyyed Fatemi at The UNESCO Chair for Human Rights, Peace and Democracy, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran,
Offers of papers, with a title and an abstract of no more than 400 words, should be sent to him to arrive by 20 November 2005.