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Living Faiths Together – Tool kit on inter-religious dialogue in youth work

an article by Good News Agency
Year 10th, No 2 - 6 , February 2009
www.goodnewsagency.org

15 January - Christmas 2008 turned out to be a special birthday: Living Faiths Together saw the light of the world. The brand new publication is a tool kit on inter-religious dialogue in youth work. EYCE and its inter-religious partners combined their expertise in the pioneer field of inter-religious youth work and wrote this special hand book in a unique, consensus-based process. Living Faiths Together is now available for download (see below).


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Living Faiths Together is being published thanks to the support of the European Youth Forum (YFJ) and is the work of the members of the European Youth Forum’s Faith-Based Expert Group. EYCE’s partners in this group are the European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS), the Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO), the International Young Catholic Students – International Movement of Catholic Students European Coordination (JECI-MIEC), Pax Christi International, World Student Christian Federation - Europe (WSCF-E). Further contributions to the Tool Kit came from the European Peer Training Organisation (EPTO) and the International Federation of Catholic Parochial Youth Movements (FIMCAP).

Click here to download the Tool Kit. Spread it and make use of it.

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This report was posted on February 9, 2009.

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