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The Constructive Role of Religious Minorities to Peace and Development in the Society and the Nation
Friday, 09 April 2021, 15:00 CET - 16:30 CET
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FlyerThis Webinar will be organised by the Interreligious Association for Peace and Development (IAPD) Europe and Middle East in sponsorship with the UPF chapters of several nations.

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The webinar is organized by IAPD Europe and UPF Switzerland in joint sponsorship with local partners.

The debate will be dealing with minority faiths and will create a platform of constructive cooperation among the different groups in order to improve the society in which we are currently living in. There is a need to analyze in a self-critical way, why minority faiths have experienced rejection and misunderstanding and what could be done to improve the situation. Making their new input understood in a better way could possibly result in a broader acceptance and embrace of serious minority religions, and movements. We are living in a time where the credibility of all religions is at stake and where a growing number of people are turning away from more institutionalized religions towards a more personal spirituality.

In this interfaith panel, prominent leaders of minority faiths and religious scholars will gather to present their perspectives on the topic, will answer pertinent questions and will also point out different proposals for solutions in light of a more harmonious relationship among the different faiths in our current society. 

Moderator: Rabbi Kevin De-Carli, Baden, Switzerland


  • Mr. Jürg Stettler, Church of Scientology, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Mr. Gurdeep Singh Kundan, Sikhism
  • Mr. José Arnoldi, Krishna Temple
  • Ms. Barbara Bohni, Brahma Kumaris
  • Mr. Radomir Stantchev, Unificationism, FFWPU - Switzerland  
  • Dr. Di Marzio Raffaella, Managing Director LIREC “Center for Studies on Freedom of Religion Belief and Conscience. 
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