Press Releases

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07.10.2021 | Lindau
Press release of the closing press conference, October 7

Conference of religious leaders in Lindau ends. Young generation: Give us a seat at the table

07.10.2021 | Lindau
Statement of the World Council of Religions for Peace, Lindau 2021

Statement of the World Council of Religions for Peace, Lindau 2021

05.10.2021 | Lindau
Press Release to the Opening of the Conference, October 4

“Religions are not the enemies of science” - World Council calls on religious leaders to get behind vaccination campaigns at Lindau conference.

15.09.2021 | Press release: Speaker and program of "Generations in Dialogue"
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
World Council of Religious Leaders meets in Lindau for plenary session to connect generations

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
International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women: Help for Rape Victims worldwide – steered by Lindau

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
Female Religious Leaders push for Environmental Protection

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.

13.11.2020 | Lindau / International
Religiously motivated hatred must be countered with diplomacy

High participation in virtual Religions for Peace conference: more than 1,500 daily livestream participants / tens of thousands reached via social channels – Focus on women and diplomacy – Covid-19 requires more dialogue with religious leaders

12.11.2020 | Lindau
Women Engagement: Help for Beirut, refugees and against racism

To develop strategies for prevention and help, it needs diplomatic experience, empathy and sensitivity in both politics and religion.