European Interreligious Forum for Religious Freedom

Advocating for religious freedom in Europe on national and international platforms
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"Our purpose is to promote religious freedom, tolerance, interfaith dialogue and knowledge of religions."
Action Areas
Traditions
Sikhism, Christianity, Islam, Spirituality
Sub-Traditions
Sikh, Mormon, Orthodox, Catholic, Scientology
Number of Members
8
Region
Location
Paris, France
Joined URI Network

European Interreligious Forum for Religious Freedom (EIFRF) is an interfaith group that was created in January 2013, which has a committee that includes religious leaders from various faiths and from various European countries.

The Forum has a network of official partners, in different fields: scholars, HR lawyers, religious personalities, HR defenders, religious organizations, and HR organizations.

EIFRF activities include: meetings with decisions makers at national, European or international levels; providing policy makers with documents of high quality, either produced directly by the Forum or by its partners; activating the partners’ network to defend any cause or initiative picked by the Board; producing properties (videos, books, magazines) forwarding the purpose of the Forum and having them properly distributed, either to journalists, decision makers, people interested in religious affairs, or the public at large; organizing symposiums, official meetings, and informal meetings on questions of religious freedom, interfaith dialogue and religious tolerance; and publishing a regular newsletter that is sent by e-mail to all interested people.

If you intend to cooperate with this Cooperation Circle (CC), feel free to contact them.

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