CPPD International Conference Kick-Off

09. September 2022, 18:00, Allianz Forum

DialoguePerspectives. Discussing Religions and Worldviews warmly invites you to the launch of »FUTURE OF REMEMBRANCE«, the international conference of the Coalition for Pluralistic Public Discourse (CPPD).

The CPPD is a network of around 50 intellectuals, academics, artists, and activists involved in shaping discourses via their diverse approaches to working on and researching remembrance culture and diversity.

Under the academic-artistic leadership of Dr. Max Czollek, poet and essayist, and the general leadership of Jo Frank and Johanna Korneli (DialoguePerspectives), the CPPD develops artistic, civil society, education policy, and didactic concepts and ideas for the pluralization of European cultures of remembrance.
They take into account the pluralist societies of Europe as well as insights on European histories of violence. Within a short time of its founding in May 2021, as a part of DialoguePerspectives. Discussing Religions and World Views, the CPPD has established itself as an important voice within the socio-political discourse on European cultures of remembrance. This success serves as a decisive foundation for a long overdue corrective to societal remembrance, for a necessary update to cultures of remembrance, and for a fundamental pluralization of European cultures of remembrance.

The results of this shared project will be publicly presented and discussed at the international conference »FUTURE OF REMEMBRANCE«.

We kindly request that you register for the event via the QR Code or the registration link.

Thank you for your interest!
We are looking forward to welcoming you at the international conference!


DialoguePerspectives is a great programme not only because of all the things you are going to learn during the seminars, not only because of the cool people you are going to meet but also because of the un-learning process that you will go through, getting rid of all the prejudices that you are not even aware of having.

Asmae, DialoguePerspectives participant