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 European discourses at the junction of religions/worldviews, academia, politics, culture, business, and societal responsibility? You believe in the importance of inclusive and innovative, society-oriented interreligious/worldview dialogue? You are seeking exchange and encounters with European students and doctoral candidates with various religious and nonreligious affiliations? You would like to get involved in a unique network for European interreligious/worldview dialogue?

Join a unique European network of future decisionmakers! Seize the chance to shape the shared life of different religious and worldview communities in Europe and our shared European society!

Come and grapple with questions of religious, political, and societal plurality of European society with us.

Formulate shared goals, forge new alliances, and get engaged with us for a pluralistic European society!

As a participant of DialoguePerspectives, you will become part of a unique European network of future leaders that offers you various opportunities and formats to get involved, receive support in implementing your own projects and initiatives through microgrants and participate in the following three events:

Navigating Crises | Tools for Community-based Social Action
11–15 October 2023, Bonn | Germany

Exploring the Religious/Worldview and Social Landscapes of Italy
6–10 March 2024, Ciampino | Italy

20–23 June 2024, Berlin | Germany

Costs and Contributions
The DialoguePerspectives programme is made possible by contributions from Germany’s Federal Foreign Office. The costs of the seminars, accommodation, and catering during all events, as well as a travel stipend per event, are covered by the programme.

We kindly request that you submit the following application materials by 15 August 2023:

  • Completed application form
  • Motivation Letter (max. one page)
  • CV
  • Enrolment certification from your university

Please address any questions regarding the application process to

Read the detailed call for application here:

I attended several academic conferences on interreligious dialogue in the past, but I've never found a group like the one of DialoguePerspectives, that perfectly matches secularism with religions.

Eleonora, DialoguePerspectives participant