Carsten Dippel introduced Karov-Qareeb and the think tank’s first published book, ‘Und endlich konnten wir reden … Eine Handreichung zu jüdisch-muslimischem Dialog in der Praxis’ / ‘And we could finally talk … A guide to Jewish-Christian dialogue in practice’ (Herder Verlag), on Deutschlandfunk’s ‘Tag für Tag’ programme. Entitled ‘Bitte kein Begegnungskitsch’ (Please, no encounter kitsch), Dippel touched upon the various topics contained within the publication and speaks to project leader Jo Frank, project coordinator Rachel de Boorm and sociologist and participant Sonya Ouertani about Karov-Qareeb’s objectives and ways of working. Here is the link to listen to the contribution (in German).
˝As an academic studying religious pluralism, I experienced a very warm and welcoming environment in the DialoguePerspectives programme. I learned a great deal from open-minded people from so many diverse backgrounds. DialoguePerspectives is truly pluralism in practice!
Fatima, DialoguePerspectives participant