26 June 2016

– 13 participants of Muslim, Jewish, Christian and Atheist faith backgrounds had a fruitful discussion on what it is like to live in an interfaith society, why this is often difficult, and why interfaith dialogue is worth the effort

– did not just attract students (i.e. youth) but was also attended by several participants over the age of 35, namely in their fourties and fifties

– laid the foundation for several interfaith friendships and a continued dialogue, with all workshop participants unanimously calling for follow-up workshops

– discussion outcomes were converted into an exhibition on conflict and coexistence (see separate activity report)