31 sept.- 2 oct. 2012: Helsinki: Islamic concept of law and its impact on physical integrity: comparative study with Judaism and Christianity

I will participate in a symposium on male circumcision in Helsinki organised by NOCIRC

30 September – 3 October 2012, Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Helsinki, Finland.

My intervention will be on: « Islamic concept of law and its impact on physical integrity: comparative study with Judaism and Christianity ».

For those who read Arabic, they may download my book in three versions: large, medium and reduced.

For French speaking peple, see my book in French in two versions: large and reduced

For English speaking people, see my large book in English.

Genital Autonomy 2012
12th International Symposium on Law, Genital Autonomy, and Children’s Rights
30 September 2012, Helsinki, Finland

Program

Sunday, 30 September

0730 – 0830 Breakfast on Your Own

0830 – 0900Registration; tea & coffee

0900 – 0915Welcome – Eeva Matsuuke

0915 – 0930Sexpo Foundation – Jussi Nissinen

0930 – 0950Finland and Male Circumcision – Eeva Matsuuke & Tiina Vilponen

0950 – 1020Children’s Sexual Abuse as a Crime in Finland – Olli Pohjakallio

1020 – 1045 One Mother’s Sad Story – Finnish Mother

1045 – 1130Islamic Concept of Law and Its Impact on Physical Integrity: Comparative Study with Judaism and Christianity – Sami Aldeeb Abu-Sahleih

1130 – 1230Lunch

1230 – 1300Ka-Priests and the Mastaba of Ankhmahor: Setting the Record Straight About

Ancient Egyptian Phallic Rituals – Frederick Hodges

1300 – 1330Circumcision in the Netherlands: Between Religious Freedom and Physical

Integrity – Gert van Dijk

1330 – 1400Banning Circumcision in Sweden, a film presentation – Steffan Janson

1400 – 1415The Roma Person as a Health Client – Malla Laiti

1415 – 1430The Sami People – Martti Laiti

1430 – 1500Break – tea & coffee

1500 – 1530Never Argue With An Idiot: A Primer on How to Argue About Circumcision –

Robert Van Howe

1530 – 1600Male Circumcision & Sexual Dysfunction in Men & Women – Morten Frisch

1600 – 1630NOCIRC and the USA – Marilyn Milos

1630 – 1700Genital Autonomy and the UK – David Smith
Dinner on Your Own

Monday, 1 October

0730 – 0830Breakfast on Your Own

0830 – 0900Registration; tea & coffee

0900 – 0915Welcome – Peter Ball

0915 – 0945People on the Move: Migration and Sexual Well-being in Transcultural

Families – Jonna Roos

0945 – 1015Circumcision History in Indonesia – Xavier Valla

1015 – 1045Anthropological Reflections on Genital Interventions – Franco Viviani

1045 – 1130Female Genital Mutilation – Mulki Möls?

1130 – 1230 Lunch

1230 – 1300Transgender Issues – Arja Voipio

1300 – 1330Intersex: Ambiguous Genitals or Ambiguous Medicine? – Mika Venhola

1330 – 1400Intersex: Global South Perspectives – Julius Kaggwa

1400 – 1430Processing Gender Identity: The Healing Power of Photography – Mika

Venhola

1430 – 1500 Break – tea & coffee

1500 – 1530Captives of Care: The Child’s Right to Acceptance Not Tolerance – Lyn

Ramsey

1530 – 1600Children With Disabilities –Pia Henttonen

1600 – 1630Of Faith and Circumcision: Can the Religious Beliefs of Parents Justify

the Nonconsensual Cutting of Their Child’s Genitals?– Brian Earp

1630 – 1700Brit Shalom: A Ten-Year Follow-Up – Mark Reiss

1700 – 1830Dinner on Your Own

1830 – OnEntertainment: Traditional Finnish Music

Tuesday, 2 October

0730 – 0830Breakfast on Your Own

0830 – 0930Registration; tea & coffee

0900 – 0910Introduction – David Smith

0910 – 0935The Right to Bodily Integrity – J. Steven Svoboda

0935 – 1000The Capability Approach, Bodily Integrity, and Decision-Making with

Children – Michael Thomson

1000 – 1030Circumcision in Finnish Legislation – Husein Muhammed

1030 – 1100The Quest for Blankness: Project MK-ULTRA and the CIA’s Circumcision

Research – Frederick Hodges

1100 – 1130Through the Looking Glass – John Geisheker

1130 – 1230Lunch

1230 – 1300Getting It on the Table: How UNCROC Adopted In-Home Physical Punishment as

an Agenda Item – Paul Mason

1300 – 1330Sexual Rights and Psychological Harm – Jussi Nissinen

1330 – 1430Broken Ego: A Story of an Abused Person – Suvi and Eero Pousu

1430 – 1500Break – tea & coffee

1500 – 1530Sex Education – Maarit Sinsaari-Eskelinen

1530 – 1600Breastfeeding, Intimacy, Togetherness – Maarit Kuoppala

1600 – 1630Guardian of the Normal: The Midwife & Circumcision– Donna Rigney Macris

1630 – 1700Birth As We Know It – A documentary film by Elena Tonetti

Dinner on Your Own

Wednesday, 3 October

0730 – 0830Breakfast on Your Own

0830 – 0900Registration; tea & coffee

0900 – 0915Introduction to workshops – Richard Duncker

0915 – 1030Cut: Slicing Through the Myths of Circumcision – Eliyahu Ungar-Sargon

1030 – 1130Discussion– Richard Duncker

1130 – 1230Lunch

1230 – 1300The Harm is Real: Living With the Results of a Botched Circumcision –

Richard Russell

1300 – 1330Circumcision Sufferers: Men Go Online to Tell Their Stories – Tim Hammond

1330 – 1430The Harm of Circumcision & Foreskin Restoration – Peter Ball

1430 – 1500Break – tea & coffee

1500 – 1630Framing the Message — Changing Culture – Paul Mason & John Dalton

1630 – 1700Closing Remarks – Eeva, Tina, David, and Marilyn

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