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Participants' List


Association Francophone

(Ecumenique de Missiologie (AFOM)

Jean-Marie AUBERT

FRANCE

Edith BERNARD

FRANCE

David BJORK

FRANCE

Maurice CHEZA

BELGIUM

Didier CROUZET

FRANCE

Genevieve EGUILLON

FRANCE

Jean-Francois FABA

FRANCE

Nancy FELIX

SWITZERLAND

Serge GUILLET

FRANCE

Risto JUKKO

FRANCE

Jacques KUNG

SWITZERLAND

Claire-Lise LOMBARD

FRANCE

Jacques MATTHEY

SWITZERLAND

Maufice PIVOT

FRANCE

Karl OCVIRK DRAGO

SLOVENIA

Alphonse QUENUM

IVORY COAST

Alphonse RAMELY

MADAGASCAR-FRANCE

Marie-Helene ROBERT

FRANCE

Benedict SCHUBERT

SWITZERLAND

Jacqueline THEVENET

FRANCE

Genevieve THIEBAUT

FRANCE

Bernard UGEUX

FRANCE

Bede UKWUIJE

NIGERIA

Jaap VAN SLAGEREN

NETHERLANDS

Gerard VAN'T SPIJKER

NETHERLANDS

Jean-Francois ZORN

FRANCE

Participants invited by AFOM

Freek L. BAKKER

NETHERLANDS

Colombo FABRIZIO

ITALY

Joseph GALEA CURMI

MALTA

Antonio GONZALEZ

SPAIN

Alexandre JEBADU

INDONESIA

William LAROUSSE

PHILIPPINES

Rodriguez Carlos LINERA

ITALY

Marc MULLER

FRANCE

Abel N'TERARE

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

Dagmar PLUM

GERMANY

Paulin POUCOUTA

CAMEROON

Bertrand ROY

CANADA

Paul Benedikt STEFFEN

ITALY

Vincenza TORRE

FRANCE

Jan Van BUTSELAAR

NETHERLANDS

J. VERNOOIJ

NETHERLANDS

Pieter VERSTER

Ernene Roalda VERSTER

SOUTH AFRICA

Bernardo VIEGAS

PORTUGAL

Heleen ZORGDRAGER

NETHERLANDS

Johanna DENIFE

AUSTRIA

British and Irish Association for Mission Studies (BLAMS)

Rebecca CATTO

UNITED KINGDOM

Wilma DAVIES

UNITED KINGDOM

Paul DAVIES

UNITED KINGDOM

Benito DE MARCHI

UNITED KINGDOM

Eugene DUFFY

IRELAND

Rob HAY

UNITED KINGDOM

Kirsteen KIM

UNITED KINGDOM

Philip KNIGHTS

UNITED KINGDOM

Kevin RAFFERTY

IRELAND

John ROXBOROGH

NEW ZEALAND

Katie ROXBOROGH

UNITED KINGDOM

Daniel WALKER

UNITED KINGDOM

Antonie WESSELS

NETHERLANDS

Timothy YATES

UNITED KINGDOM

Mally YATES

UNITED KINGDOM

Central and Eastern European Association for Mission Studies (CEEAMS)

Gabor CZAGANY

HUNGARY

Eszter DANI

HUNGARY

Viya ESENBERGA

NORWAY

Vladimir FEDOROV

RUSSIA

Janusz GAJDA

POLAND

Laszlo GONDA

HUNGARY

Jan GORSKI

POLAND

Matild GYORI

SLOVAKIA

Anne-Marie KOOL

HUNGARY

Abraham KOVACS

HUNGARY

Valentin KOZHUHAROV

RUSSIA

Vasile MARCHIS

UNITED KINGDOM

Erzsebet NAGY-AJTAI

HUNGARY

Gheorghe PETRARU

RUMANIA

Gahor PLUHAR

HUNGARY

Fedir RAYCHYNETS

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA

Gudelis RIMANTAS

RUSSIA

Maria SERAFIMOVA

BULGARIA

Grzegorz WITA

POLAND

Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Missionswissenschaft (DGMW)

Amele ADAMAVI-AHO EKUE

GERMANY

Dieter BECKER

GERMANY

Sybille C. …

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