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Bishop Gevorg Saroyan (Armenia)
Bishop Gevorg Saroyan (Armenia)
Saroyan was born in 1977 in the town of Masis, Armenia and graduted from the Gevorkyan Seminary of Holy Etchmiadzin. He studied English and Psychology at Concordia College of Psychology and Philosophy, New York (USA). Saroyan received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Theology from the University of Leeds and Oxford University in Great Britain respectively. His is currently the Dean of the Gevorkyan Seminary of Holy Etchmiadzin.
Theo Peporte (Luxembourg)
Theo Peporte (Luxembourg)
Born in 1953 Peporte started his professional career in 1975 as a teacher of religion. From 1980 up to 1985 he worked with young people as a parish pastoral worker. In 1985, he became the media adviser for the Christian Adults Education Centre; from 1995 up to 2003 he was the director of this centre. In 2002, he was appointed as the head of the Communication and Press Office of the Catholic Church in Luxembourg which included the task of being the spokesperson of the Archdiocese. In 2011 he was appointed as an Episcopal Delegate until his retirement in 2013. He actually stays as a member of the Episcopal Council of the Archdiocese of Luxembourg. Since 1985, he is involved in SIGNIS, he was the treasurer on World level and a delegate and treasurer of SIGNIS Europe. Since 2013, he is Vice-President of SIGNIS Europe. He has previously been a member of the jury at the Luxembourg Film Prize 2003, president of the jury of the Grand Prix Cinénygma 2004 (Luxembourg), member of the SIGNIS-Jury in Venice 2005, and Ecumenical Juries for the Prix Farel 2006 in Neuchâtel, Berlin 2007, Locarno 2010 and Oberhausen 2014.
Mikael Mogren (Sweden)
Mikael Mogren (Sweden)
Born in 1969, studied in Gothenburg, Tübingen, Harvard and Uppsala. He is Doctor of Theology and has a Master of Philosophy. Main stations among his work experience are his employment as teacher in Tanzania, Assistant Pastor in Hessen-Nassau, Minister in a Swedish Parish, Chaplain at the Holy Trinity Church in Uppsala from 2004-09, Lecturer at the Uppsala University from 1997-06 and Visiting Lecturer in dogmatic at the Protestant Faculty in Paris from 2009-11. From 2011 he is now Diocesan Chaplain in the Diocese of Västerås. He has written essays, debates and articles together with Jews and Muslims. He is member of Interfilm and attended the Interreligious jury 2009 at Visions du Réel in Nyon as well as the Ecumenical Jury 2011 in Cannes.
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