European National Interreligious Bodies2022-01-28T20:39:30+00:00
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The European National Interreligious Bodies (hereinafter ENIB) is active in organizing a specific contribution of the national bodies of Religions for Peace in European countries and strengthening the role of religions in the European societies and their networking.

ENIB  is actively engaging with country-level interreligious bodies of Religions for Peace across Europe, including established interreligious councils as well as those in the process of establishing.

Members of ENIB are actively contributing to the RfP Europe working group on Environmental concern and are also supporting the Metropolitan Regions project which seeks to bring together Religious actors and government representatives to learn about effective cooperation for peace and security in diverse Cities.

  • Dr Luigi De Salvia – Catholic – Religions for Peace Italy (ENIB President)
  • Dr Genti Kruja – Muslim – Religions for Peace Albania – Vice President of ENIB and representative to RfP Europe Board
  • Dr Elisabeth Naurath – Lutheran – Religions for Peace Germany – Vice President of ENIB and representative to RfP Europe Board
  • Jamie Cresswell – Buddhist – Religions for Peace UK
  • Dr Marcel Israel – Jewish – Religions for Peace Bulgaria – Vice President of ENIB and representative to RfP Europe Board
  • Mirjam Ates-Snijdewind – Sufi – Religions for Peace Netherlands
  • Imam Essan Secundar – Muslim – Religions for Peace Belgium
  • Prof. Dr. Joan Hernández-Serret – Religions for Peace Spain
  • Rkia Tiar (Treasurer)
  • Religions for Peace Germany
  • Religions for Peace UK
  • Religions for Peace Albania
  • Religions for Peace Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Religions for Peace Netherlands
  • Religions for Peace Bulgaria
  • Religions for Peace Italy
  • Religions for Peace Russia
  • Religions for Peace Spain
  • Religions for Peace Belgium
  • Religions for Peace Sweden
  • Religions for Peace Croatia
  • Religions for Peace France
  • Religions for Peace Austria

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