European Council of Religious Leaders ECRL
30 young religious leaders from all over Europe met in Taplow Court, England, on December 2-5, hosted by the Buddhist community of Soko Gokkai UK, for Religions for Peace, European Interfaith Youth Network's Summit and training on "Welcoming the Other - Multireligious...
The Symposium “Religion and migration in Europe” brought together religious leaders, academics, practitioners and policy makers from across Europe to examine one of the most significant challenges faced by European countries and citizens today: the mass movement of migrants into Europe, and across European borders.
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s advisor for reconciliation, Dr Sarah Snyder, spoke on behalf of the Archbishop at the Foreign Office conference exploring how freedom of religion or belief can help prevent violent extremism.
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.