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America5th Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue World Congress sets “A Path to Peace”

5th Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue World Congress sets “A Path to Peace”

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The 5th World Congress on Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue “A Path to Peace” was held on 8 and 9 November at CEMA University in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This year, under the slogan “Thinking about the transformation of Argentina 2023-2053”, the congress brought together important figures from the world of politics, trade unionism, religion and culture in Argentina.

The opening panel was lead the president of this Congress, Gustavo Guillerme, who thanked the attendees and highlighted

“the participation of the different religions and political sectors, beyond ideological differences, and whom I invited to join and work in our Moncloa Pact, ‘The Pact of the Covenants’ and be part of a path towards peace and the union of Argentines”.

Meanwhile, Gustavo Libardi, president of the Church of Scientology of Argentina (religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard in 1952) said:

“This congress contributes to civilize our society and puts a point of hope, which is the future. We understand that intercultural and interreligious work is an important contribution to civilisation”.

Danny Lew, president of Keren Kayemet LeIsrael Argentina (KKL) said:

“Without a doubt, our greatest work is to continue educating our children. We work and get involved in the whole educational process, at all levels, because we understand, we are convinced that only by receiving a Jewish-Zionist education will our children grow up and form new homes within the values and traditions of our people. Those values that teach us “love thy neighbour as thyself”, or the principle of “Tikkun Olam”, which instills in us that, although the world is fractured and imperfect, we have a shared responsibility to “repair the world. “

Eduardo Galeano said that “the future is possible to imagine, and not just accept”. The different speakers agreed that this congress was “an opportunity to imagine the world we want to live in, that we can believe it is possible. It is an opportunity to dialogue and think together about the best future for the next generations”.

The Rector of the University of CEMA, Edgardo Zablotsky, expressed his gratitude for hosting the fifth edition of this important congress and highlighted “the importance of the panels and the different speakers who are going to work together and in dialogue, which is the best contribution we can make for a world towards peace”.

Sohrab Yazdani, member of the BAHAI Community and Oluwo Leonardo Allegue, president and Religious Spiritual Leader of ASRAU, were also part of the opening.

The Congress ended with the Abraham Agreement table with the participation of the Ambassador of the State of Israel Mr. Eyael Sela together with the Ambassadors of USA, UAE and Morocco.

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