Generations in Dialogue

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For attendees

All you need to know

Here you will find all the necessary information about the event: where to register, what the exact program will look like and what to expect in Lindau, the conference venue.

In Person and virtually


Here we announce how you can register for the "Conference of the World Council of Religious Leaders on Faith and Diplomacy: Generations in Dialogue".

More information will follow shortly.

© Christian Flemming
On site and around the world


Das Programm wird aktuell noch ausgearbeitet. Sobald es fest steht, werden wir an dieser Stelle darüber informieren.

More information will follow shortly.

© Christian Flemming
For attendees in Lindau

Current hygiene regulations and entry requirements

In der Corona-Pandemie muss man "auf Sicht" fahren. An dieser Stelle informieren wir Sie über die aktuellen Hygieneverordnungen in der Stadt Lindau und über die Einreisebestimmungen nach Deutschland.

More information will follow shortly.

© Harry Pulkow
The island in the Lake of Constance

Conference site in Lindau

Lindau is an island in Lake Constance, which lies between Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Good to know

Magazine Issue 2

A new conference brings a new issue of the Ring for Peace Magazine. Soon we will talk to interesting people about the three main topics of the conference: Peace and Security, Environment and Humanitarianism.

There will be interviews and live-talks. And we would also like to know what you think yourself. You can find out how here.


Hybrid conference

The Corona pandemic is not yet over, even though vaccines are now available.

To take into account the still ongoing risk of infection, the conference in Lindau will be hybrid. That means: 150 invited participants will be there in person and all others may participate virtually.

More Information will follow shortly.


Topics and Program

The program is currently still being worked out in detail. The three main topics are already fixed: Peace and Security, Environmental Protection and Humanitarian Work.

The overarching motto is: Generations in Dialogue.