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#RfPWomenFaithDiplomacy

1. Assembly on Women, Faith & Diplomacy

KEEPING FAITH, TRANSFORMING TOMORROW – The role of women as religious leaders and diplomats in peace matters was highlighted at the meeting in November 2020.

#RfPWorldAssembly2019

10th World Assembly

CARING FOR OUR COMMON FUTURE – 900 participants from various religious communities from over 100 countries came together in Lindau in 2019 to hold inter-religious peace talks.

#RfPDNAKit

DNA-Kit

An ongoing project is the development and testing of an easy-to-use DNA-Kit. With this Kit, survivors of sexual violence can themselves collect high quality forensic evidence from their abuser providing a pathway to access justice.

#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

Generations in Dialogue

“Conference of the World Council of Religious Leaders on Faith and Diplomacy” –The World Council of Religions for Peace will meet October 4 – 7 and invites generations to discuss the topics Peace and Security, Environment and Humanitarianism.

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Generations in Dialogue

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06 | Intergene­rational Dialogue on Humanitarianism

What is humanitarianism to you, and why is it important for people of all generations to engage in humanitarian work? And what is your message to people who have gotten tired and lost hope in doing humanitarian work? Two of many questions Dr. Vinu Aram and Dr. Renz Argao were happy to answer in our third “Intergenerational Dialogue”.

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These are the speakers and the program of “Generations in Dialogue”

The international conferences of Religions for Peace and Ring for Peace, supported by the German Foreign Office, are establishing themselves: locally in Lindau and programmatically on the highest diplomatic level. The list of speakers who will take part confirms this.

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05 | “We cannot afford to ignore religion when it comes to peace and conflict”

Human Rights can never be “won” because there are always people who will fight hard to reverse any gains made, says Andrew Gilmour. Learn, why the head of the Berghof Foundation thinks nations should prepare their population mentally for a rising migration.

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04 | Intergene­rational Dialogue on Peace and Security

“How do you feel about the future? What do you see ahead of us? Are you confident or are you doubtful?”, moderator Ana Clara Giovani asks the two guests of our Intergenerational Dialogue on Peace and Security right in the beginning. The answers differ.

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03 | What makes a person young and what makes a person old, Philbert Aganyo?

Philbert Aganyo is the team leader from Religions for Peace’s Youth Media Team. But considering his age, one might say es is not that young any more? But is age the crucial factor for leadership? Learn what he thinks about the difference between age and youth.

#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

06 | Intergene­rational Dialogue on Humanitarianism

What is humanitarianism to you, and why is it important for people of all generations to engage in humanitarian work? And what is your message to people who have gotten tired and lost hope in doing humanitarian work? Two of many questions Dr. Vinu Aram and Dr. Renz Argao were happy to answer in our third “Intergenerational Dialogue”.

#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

These are the speakers and the program of “Generations in Dialogue”

The international conferences of Religions for Peace and Ring for Peace, supported by the German Foreign Office, are establishing themselves: locally in Lindau and programmatically on the highest diplomatic level. The list of speakers who will take part confirms this.

15.09.2021 | Press release: Speaker and program of "Generations in Dialogue"

United nations, united religions: Speakers and program promise diplomacy at the highest level in Lindau in October - and a gripping duel of arguments

#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

05 | “We cannot afford to ignore religion when it comes to peace and conflict”

Human Rights can never be “won” because there are always people who will fight hard to reverse any gains made, says Andrew Gilmour. Learn, why the head of the Berghof Foundation thinks nations should prepare their population mentally for a rising migration.

#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

04 | Intergene­rational Dialogue on Peace and Security

“How do you feel about the future? What do you see ahead of us? Are you confident or are you doubtful?”, moderator Ana Clara Giovani asks the two guests of our Intergenerational Dialogue on Peace and Security right in the beginning. The answers differ.

#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

03 | What makes a person young and what makes a person old, Philbert Aganyo?

Philbert Aganyo is the team leader from Religions for Peace’s Youth Media Team. But considering his age, one might say es is not that young any more? But is age the crucial factor for leadership? Learn what he thinks about the difference between age and youth.

15.09.2021 | Press release: Speaker and program of "Generations in Dialogue"

United nations, united religions: Speakers and program promise diplomacy at the highest level in Lindau in October - and a gripping duel of arguments

22.06.2021 | Lindau

Download here the official announcement of the "Conference of the World Council of Religious Leaders on Faith and Diplomacy: Generations in Dialogue" to be held in Lindau, Germany, October 4-7.

25.11.2020 | International

Today, November 25th, the world commemorates discrimination and violence against women and girls. The Lindauer Foundation Peace Dialogue of the World Religions and Civil Society, Ring for Peace, is permanently launching very concrete projects to remedy this situation

13.11.2020 | Lindau

The connection between humans and the environment plays a major role in interreligious dialogue, and becomes especially evident considering that the canons of all world religions agree that nature must be protected.