Application

 

Join a unique European network of future decision-makers!

Seize the chance to help shape the shared life of different religious communities in Europe, and our shared European society!

You are a student or doctoral candidate in the European Union or the UK? You are active in the life of your university, your religious community, or in civil society organisations and institutions? You are interested in questions about the role of religions and worldviews? You believe in the importance of inclusive and innovative inter-religious and worldview dialogue? You are seeking exchange and encounters with students and doctoral candidates from other countries and with a diversity of identities? You would like to get involved in a unique network for inter-religious and worldview dialogue?

Come and grapple with these and other questions with us. Formulate shared goals, forge new alliances, and get engaged with us: Against racism, anti-Semitism, and hatred of Muslims, and for a pluralistic European society!

Apply for the DialoguePerspectives programme!

As a participant of DialoguePerspectives, you will take part in the following events in 2020/21:

We kindly request that you submit the following application materials via e-mail to application@dialogueperspectives. org by August 15th as a PDF document:

  1. Completed application form
  2. Letter of motivation (max. one page)
  3. CV
  4. Enrolment certification from your university

Please note:
A requirement for applying to the programme is your binding participation in the entire seminar programme (autumn seminar 2020, spring seminar 2021, and the international conference 2021). Please check these dates in advance. We will issue certificates of participation that you can submit to your university.

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Please address any questions on the application process to contact-at-dialogueperspectives.org.

 

 

˝The programme makes possible something that is all too rare in our society these days: speaking and having discussions across borders, not about each other, but with each other. That can be a hard slog at times, but at the same time the format makes space for follow-up questions and deeper conversations that are only possible through trust on all sides.

Felix, DialoguePerspectives participant