Friedensförderung durch interreligiösen Dialog

– Erfahrungsaustausch –

Im Zuge der Globalisierung kommen Menschen im stärkeren Ausmaß als bisher auch über weite Entfernungen hinweg miteinander in Kontakt. Dennoch sind interkulturelle, interethnische oder interreligiöse Konflikte kein neues Phänomen. ...


Wednesday, 20th of June 2007

During the dayArrival of the participants

8.00 pmDinner

Thursday, 21st of June 2007

9.00 amExcursion: Catholic Academy in Berlin

Angelika Salomon

Consultant of the Catholic Academy

Mrs. Salomon gives closer insight of her work at the Catholic Academy– especially her work on interreligious dialogue.

Afterwards a guided tour to former and present places of Jewish Life in Berlin takes place.

12.00 amLunch

1.30 pm Welcome Address

Introductory Speech

Prof. Dr. Stefan Schreiner

Coordinator of the European Abrahamic Forum

Suggestions of topics for a presentation: What does religion represent for people today? Why is interreligious dialogue presently so important? What can institutions do to support and encourage this dialogue? Why is the developing and establishing of a network so important?

2.15 – 3.30 pm

The representatives of the performing institutions are giving a short presentation of their institutions, their programs, their aims and objectives. An exchange between the speakers and the participants is strongly encouraged.


Dr. Christina Catherine Krause

Director of Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Royal Interfaith Institute Amman


Zuricher Lehrhaus

Dr. theol. Hanspeter Ernst

Director of the Züricher Lehrhaus

3.30 – 4.00 pmCoffee break

4.15 – 6.00 pmContinuation of the panel

Stiftung Weltethos

Dr. Martin Bauschke

Director of the office in Berlin

Three Faiths Forum

Karsten Van Sander

Education Officer at the Three Faiths Forum

International Council of Christians and Jews

Daniel Geese

Board member of the YLC

6.30 pmDinner

8.00 pmCultural excursion (optional)

Friday, 22nd June 2007

9.00 am

Presentation of the new Interreligious Institute in Bosnia and Herzegovina and an overview of the interreligious work of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Bosnia Herzegovina

The new Interreligious Institute, founded by the four religious leaders of Bosnia and Herzegovina will be introduced and the activities of the office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Sarajevo presented.

12.00 – 1.30 pmLunch

1.30 – 2.30 pmConclusion of the conference and Evaluation

Zum Kalender hinzufügen




Katja Christina Plate

Katja Christina Plate

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