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Interreligious dialogue (Student work)

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Festa Europa 2008 Rimini_Student's Team work:"Interreligious dialogue" …

Festa Europa 2008 Rimini_Student's Team work:"Interreligious dialogue"
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  • 1. Interreligious Dialogue
    • … is a positive way of communication and cooperation between people with different ideologies* desiring to share ideas respectfully. It includes:
    • the learning of similarities and the understanding of differences
    • the interaction between various perceptions
    • the promotion of tolerance and equality in order to reach social cohesion
    • This multilateral approach allows to enclose people peacefully.
    • * In our opinion these are all the ways of thinking, not only religions but also other philosophies.
  • 2. Basic elements for Interreligious Dialogue Each and everyone of us should be concerned about the interreligious dialogue because conflicts between religions could be a main issue in the future. Interreligious dialogue is possible if people are open minded, tolerant, respectful, willing to integrate, listen and interact with others. Furthermore, these qualities have to be supported by the European Union and many other institutions, such as governments, non-governmental organisations, religious institutions and leaders, and the school system.
  • 3. What we can do to realize Interreligious Dialogue…
    • Share our experiences and our knowledge
    • Organise events at a local scale
    • Organise competitions
  • 4. What EU can do to realize Interreligious Dialogue…
    • education, common book presenting the different ways countries deal with religion
    • organise interreligious events where the different cultures would be presented
    • use the power of the medias to spread these actions in the whole Union, e.g. TV shows, official websites, newspaper articles
    • construct a monument dedicated to interreligious dialogue
  • 5. European culture in the future should mean…
    • Consciousness of being both a citizen of Europe and a citizen of the country
    • accept that various religions are present in Europe so that we could live together in peace and destroy prejudices
    • share and accept other traditions and customs

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