On Friday 9th December 2016, the Migration & Asylum Awareness Society of the College of Europe Natolin campus organised, for the first time in the history of the College, the "Interreligious Night of Prayer and Meditation".
The aim of the event was to build a bridge between cultures and religions and overcome the wall of prejudices and fears that divided Christians and Muslims for centuries.
Nowadays, the interreligious dialogue is an essential element for the integration process of refugees and migrants with the local communities. We hope that night represented a little step towards a more open and tolerant Europe, and a sign of brotherhood between people.
Thanks to everyone who participated and shared this moment with us!
"Tolerance is the virtue that makes peace possible"