European Council of Religious Leaders ECRL

The European Council of Religious Leaders (ECRL) brings together senior religious leaders from Europe’s historical religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam together with Buddhists, Hindus, Sikhs and Zoroastrians. ECRL has participatory status with the Council of Europe.
ECRL is one of five regional Interreligious Councils with the Religions for Peace network. Religions for Peace – accredited to the United Nations – is the world’s largest and most representative multi-religious coalition advancing common action for peace since 1970.
ECRL shocked and saddened by London attacks

ECRL shocked and saddened by London attacks

Although we have seen many violent terrorist attacks in Europe, yet we are shocked and saddened again by acts of violent extremists in London on 22nd March 2017. While offering our deepest condolences to those who have lost loved ones, our sympathies also go out to...

Interfaith, Cities and Government Project

Interfaith, Cities and Government Project

"Interfaith, Cities and Government" – is a new project launched by the European Council of Religious Leaders ECRL in October 2016, bringing together interfaith leaders and local governments from European cities, to share best practice, exchange knowledge, and explore...

Mass Migration: A European Challenge

Mass Migration: A European Challenge

Europe is currently facing the type and breadth of challenges that have not been seen for a generation: high unemployment, mass migration, the threat of terrorism as an effect of conflicts across the globe, and political and economic problems in many countries. In the light of this time of uncertainty more than 30 religious leaders from all over Europe gathered from 10-13 May 2016 in Brixen/Italy.

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