Life “Religions for Peace” gathers at the Lake Constance Posted on August 30, 2021 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The initiator hopes to bring together at least a thousand participants from all over the world digitally in Lindau on Lake Constance. The organization Religions for Peace, which seeks to bring together religious leaders and likes to label itself as the world’s largest interfaith organization, is organising a conference on peace, the environment and labour in Lindau from 4 to 7 October. The World Conference of Religions for peace hopes that this time there will be a large number of young people taking part in this conference on the shores of Lake Constance on the three borders of Austria, Germany and Switzerland. The meeting will take place under the theme: generations in dialogue. At the presentation of the meeting in Berlin it was said: the focus of the meeting is on the topics of peace and security, sustainability and Environmental Protection and humanitarian commitment. A great deal of attention will also be drawn to vaccine Justice. The secretary-general of the organization, Azza Karam, New York city, is the former president of the German Lutherans, Margot Käßmann, Ugandan climate activist, Vanessa Nakate, and the American economist Jeffrey Sachs, have their participation in the defined benefit. The organisation counts on 150 attendees on site and at least a thousand people who follow the debates online.